What is CSS in adobe dream weaver?

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Hello, there. I use windows vista and i am a small web designer. What is css? I've seen that word in many places, like photoshop, adobe dream weaver etc. What is it actually? I want to learn web designing. Is it essential to know? Please Help me here. Thank You in advance

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What is CSS in adobe dream weaver?

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CSS simply means Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).  it helps to define how to display HTML elements. CSS helps to save lot of work. these are stored in CSS files. It is a must that you learn CSS for web designing. for more detail you could go to the link below and study what CSS really means, how it works, its coding, everything from basic to advance.

http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_intro.asp

Go to the above link and best of luck

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What is CSS in adobe dream weaver?

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Earlier a web page was very simple and ordinary at its look and format. Its texts were plain, large or bold; links were blue coloured and underlined.
 
As it was originated by scientists, not by artists or designers, images were not included and for that it was not so attractive to look at. After images have been included here, web pages were brightened up and designers concentrated more to make it attractive in graphical design perspective.
 
CSS is the recent inclusion to style up web pages and the specification was first published by World Wide Web Consortium in 1996.
 
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What is CSS in adobe dream weaver?

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CSS is one of the parallel technologies of HTML used to style up web pages. Style sheets are separated from contents of presentation and formatting of document layout, colors or fonts.
 
Thus, the accessibility of contents gets improved and they become more flexible, controlled and repeated in structural contents.
 
This table less design allows same mark up pages to be presented in different styles for several rendering methods that will surely make your web pages better look at.
 

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