HTML5 is slowly rising to top code status. Minneapolis web design firm, Rocket55 advises people to brush up on their CSS language.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language that describes presentation semantics of a document written in mark up language. Basically, CSS separates document content from document presentation – layout, color, fonts, etc. It is a list of rules that improve content accessibility and flexibility, which is time-saving for Web designers because they can use the list across multiple pages that are similarly formatted.
CSS is now on its third version, aptly named “CSS3.” CSS3 allows a whole new set of rules that account for multicolumn layout, new web fonts, text wrapping, text strokes, rounded corners, borders, drop shadows, and image tricks.
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