Like anything else, however, once you start to work with a design program, it becomes quite instinctual. To help you get started here’s a breakdown of some of the most basic terms you will encounter once you get started.
What Is HTML?
One of the first terms you are likely to encounter is HTML, which is an acronym for HyperText Markup Language.
In layman’s terms, HTML is what provides the basic structure of websites. HTML is a markup language, rather than a programming language. That means it uses tags to identify content.
What Is CSS?
Okay, then. So what is CSS?
CSS is basically a list of rules that can assign different properties to HTML tags. These rules can be applied to individual tags, multiple tags, entire documents, or multiple documents.
In other words, CSS is what you use to control presentation, formatting, and layout.
Now that you are familiar with these three important terms, web design should be less intimidating for you!