The BIG Technical Jargon Guide

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CSS (cascading style sheets)

What is CSS used for?

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a computer language used to define the colours, fonts, layout, and other visual aspects of a web page, allowing web designers to control the look and feel of their sites. By separating the design and layout of a web page from its content, CSS makes it easier to maintain and update a website, as changes to the design can be made without affecting the underlying HTML code.

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