What’s the Difference Between HTML and CSS?
The days of paying someone else to code for you are no more!
Coding, while it can be a bit overwhelming at first glance, is nothing more than a series of customizable commands given by you to your computer. In this blog, you’ll learn the beginnings of how to code and how you can create one of a kind templates for your company to stand out with.
Let’s start with the basics.
What is Coding?
In short, coding is you telling the computer exactly what you want it to do.
Code makes up absolutely everything digital, and it has a much bigger impact on your life than you would think. Coding brought us the internet, it sent us to space, and it even helped us map our DNA.
The possibilities of what you can do with code are literally endless.
What’s the difference between HTML and CSS?
For someone in the business world, it’s best to start with the basics: HTML and CSS.
HTML, which stands for Hypertext Markup Language, is the standard language for creating web pages, email templates, and other web applications. It is essentially the body or content of whatever you are creating.
CSS (Cascade Styling Sheets), on the other hand, is responsible for the style and design of the webpage. It is what helps to make your content unique and in line with your brand.
Alright, teach me how to code!
Unfortunately, learning to code takes a lot of time and resources, but we’re happy to point you in the right direction!
We created a short coding reference guide just for you! It’s just enough to get you started, but if you need more help, we recommend checking out Codecademy. They offer free courses on coding that will have you on your way to creating custom content for your company to stand out with in no time.
You can download the reference guide here.
If all else fails, be sure to reach out to us for help!