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HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language used to create web pages. A markup language is your way of making notes in a digital document that can be distinguished from regular text. It's the most basic building block you'll need for developing websites. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is the language used to present the document you create with HTML. Where HTML comes first and creates the foundation for your page, CSS comes along next and is used to create the page's layout, color, fonts, and…well, the style!
These days we use any number of computers, phones, and tablets to look at web pages. Ever notice how these pages adjust themselves to the device you're using without you doing anything on your end? This is due to responsive design. Understanding responsive design principles and how to implement them on the coding side is key to front end development.
CSS on its own, while essential, can sometimes be limiting. One of these limitations is that fact that you can't define variables, functions, or perform arithmetic operations. This is a problem when a project grows in scale and code base, as you'll soon find yourself wasting a lot of time writing repetitive code to make changes. Like CSS (and JS) frameworks, CSS preprocessing is another means of making your life as a developer easier and more flexible.
After all your hard work marking up with HTML, styling with CSS, and programming with JS, you'll have gone through a number of revisions in your development.If something goes wrong along the way the last thing you'll want to do is start over from the beginning. Version control is the process of tracking and controlling changes to your source code so this won't happen.