Top Books on CSS Every Software Developer Should Read

CSS books for beginners & experts


  • Top Books on CSS Every Software Developer Should Read

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Frequently Asked Questions

HTML and CSS are the markup codes in which HTML is used for structuring web documents, whereas CSS is used to specify the document styles such as page fonts, colors, layouts, etc. HTML and CSS, along with JavaScript work together to carry out the front-end development of a website.

CSS is only a little younger than the World Wide Web and its invention is largely credited to Håkon Wium Lie who presented the first Cascading Style Sheets on October 10, 1994, at CERN.

The best-rated CSS book is HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites which has an average rating of 4.5 and above on trusted online platforms.

To choose the best CSS book, the first thing to consider is your knowledge and skill level. For example, if you are completely new to CSS, it is a good idea to choose a book that starts with the basics of CSS. The next thing to consider is the ratings of your shortlisted books to know which one is the best for you.

Yes, if you are a designer or developer or a newbie who wants to turn into a programmer then it is necessary to learn both HTML and CSS as they will form the building blocks of all your development projects in the future.

Yes, CSS is a programming language that stands for Cascading Style Sheets. This style sheet language describes the presentation of what is written in XML and HTML.

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