Difference between HTML & CSS
HTML is a markup language for defining web documents(web pages). HTML expands to Hyper Text Markup language, it adds “markups” to Standard English text. “Hyper text” signify the links – Hyper links – that associates web pages with one another.
Advantages of HTML
- Simple to use and have loose syntax (although, being too flexible will not abide by with standards).
- Widely used, established on nearly every website and supported by every browser.
Disadvantages of HTML
- As it is a static language, It cannot generate dynamic output.
- Offers limited security features.
CSS is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets which permits you to create rules that specify the representation of the HTML elements on a screen.
Advantages of CSS
- CSS conserves your time by writing CSS one time and reusing the same sheet in several pages.
- Pages consume less time for loading due to less the code.
Disadvantages of CSS
Fragmentation – CSS renders different dimensions with each browser. Programmers should consider and test all code across multiple browsers before taking any website, or mobile application live so that no compatibility issues would arise.