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HyperText Markup Language, or HTML for short, is the universal language of the World Wide Web. Every time you visit a website, the site’s web server sends HTML to your browser, which then renders it as the web page you see on your screen.
Because this process is universal, anyone who works with web technologies—which these days means virtually all developers, designers, and even many managers—can benefit from knowing the basics of what HTML is and how it works. Learn Enough HTML to Be Dangerous is designed to give you this foundation in basic HTML.
CSS—short for Cascading Style Sheets—is the styling language of the World Wide Web. CSS lets developers and designers define what a web page looks like and how it behaves. Pretty much every website that you visit uses CSS to make the user experience and interface look inviting, which means that learning the basics of CSS is an essential part of becoming a web developer or designer.
Most CSS tutorials teach the subject in isolation, showing you how to make individual changes to things like text color or font size, without showing you how to put everything together as an integrated whole. In contrast, Learn Enough CSS & Layout to Be Dangerous is specifically designed to show you how CSS works in the context of a real website. In particular, you’ll learn not only CSS but also a static site builder. This is a powerful but oddly neglected tool that lets you control your site layout in ways that are difficult or impossible otherise.