CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is a style sheet language that is used to describe the visual appearance and formatting of HTML, XML, and other structured documents. CSS provides a way to separate the presentation of a document from its content, allowing developers to control the layout and design of a web page or application.
CSS allows developers to specify the colors, fonts, layout, and other visual aspects of a web page. It provides a set of rules that can be applied to different elements in a document, allowing developers to create a consistent look and feel across an entire website or application.
CSS works by attaching style rules to HTML elements, using selectors that target specific elements or groups of elements. These style rules can be defined in separate CSS files, which can then be linked to HTML documents, or they can be included directly in HTML using the