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css and html
OK - so you've seen what html looks like raw and in browser. In fact you've created your own html file. When you loaded it in a browser, what did you see?
Pretty plain, right. For those who didn't do the html section the page is here.
html contains two parts: the content, that is the pictures and text that you see when you open a web page in your browser; and the style, that is the way the browser displays that content (fonts, size, positioning, colour).
Like ours, this one is pretty plain - there are no style rules associated with this file.
Now in reality this html has a number of style commands associated with it. I've pulled them out so you can see html and css separately.
<--I've shown a few of them here (again, to see all of them click the graphic).
That's more like it!
Now let's see how you can spice up your html file with a little style. For more go to the csseditor.