I know very well that it is very important to learn practical projects while you are learning web designing and web developing. But at first, it is the most important to learn some terms that you must know as a beginner. In today post, I am going to teach you all you have to know before diving in this field. Our today’s post is all about HTML5 and CSS3 tutorial for beginners in Urdu & Hindi Language. Don’t worry! I am going to teach you many live projects by this blog. Let’s have a look at some terms you must know.
What is HTML?
HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. It is the language that can be interpreted by different software/apps like a web browser that reads and translates HTML code and display a website to a user according to the commands given in HTML code.
What is World Wide Web Consortium?
The “World Wide Web Consortium” (w3c.org) is the international organization who develops web standards and web technologies and also defines the HTML specifications.
What is CSS?
CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is an additional markup language use to add presentational style to all the available html elements. There are two major reasons why you should use CSS.
1- More Possibilities: CSS gives many more options than the available HTML attributes for adding background colors and images, manipulating font styles, sizes and colors and defining margins. before CSS, a web author would use blank images to indent paragraphs and other ugly tricks. You can also set individual border colors, sizes for each cell of a table and use background colors and images for table cells something you could not do with HTML alone.
2- More Flexibility: CSS make your life much easier as web author. You can define font style, size and color of the headings of all your webpages in one single document and when you want to make changes, you just need to change one single document instead of hundreds of pages (If you have a large website). And this applies to all presentational properties of all your HTML elements( such as paragraphs, headings, lists , tables, forms, images and all the inline elements) of course.