If HTML were a person, CSS would be their clothes.
HTML – Hyper-text markup language – is a markup language to describe the structure and data of a webpage. It lets you do tables, pictures, place text, separate paragraphs, and everything else you do in a word processor. A well-designed page needs HTML.
CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – is a styling language for the way a webpage should be described. It lets you set cell-size, resize pictures, align and style text, space paragraphs and everything else to make your Word document look good. In a well-designed page, CSS needs
Why do people visit a web page?
For contents. People visit a web page to consume content. Whether it is a blog, eCommerce site, video sharing site or anything in between, the user is there for the content. This is called hypertext Mark up Language (HTML) Pay attention to Mark up, For just one second. What are you marking? Material. So, in the context of web development, HTML aims to indicate content. It tells the browser, search engine and end-user (especially if using a screen reader) the type of content on that page. Comprehensive Style Sheets There it is again in name! CSS is about styling stuff. But what are you styling? material
In the context of web development, CSS aims to style the content so that the user quickly consumes it.
So what are the differences:
- HTML is for describing content
- CSS content is for submission.
- HTML is used by web browsers, search engines, and assistive technologies (screen readers)
- Web browsers use CSS
- Wraps content in HTML tags (creating content)
- CSS targets elements
- Web page with poorly structured markup will always be challenging to understand
- A web page without CSS is only difficult to understand if it is poorly structured markup.
Oh, and of course, they are also two different languages. So this is a difference. But it is a better distinction if you look at the intent of languages rather than specifications.