stands for cascadeing style sheet. But it is also a general term for styling a website. The reason it is called a "cascadeing" style sheet is because it will start with a CSS file but then if the site itself has CSS then it overides it, and so on and so forth.
stands for Hypertext Mark up Language. hypertext is text stored in electronic form. but HTML is code or text that give context to a website, note that each browser interprates HTML a little differently each time.
help with nameing a specific tag or command which the user can change specific properties of that tag or command.
a specific set of properties to a aspect of code, normally produced with a dot(.) before the name of the class.
used in styling to help with differentiating content of a website and makes the content easyer to read, look at, and understand.
haveing a pattern in a website is always helpful, it makes it easy to navigate, understand and makes the experience overall better.
helps with the flow of the website and can often help with contrasting or repition.
helps with contrast, you keep the simmilar things close together and the different things appart.
About the Creator
Matthew is currently a high school student at Sprague high school and graduates in 2018. this web page is one of his assignments to complete for his web design teacher.