CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet and is widely used to design HTML tags for the website. It is a widely used language preferred by developers for web designing. It describes the rendering of the structure of the documents and data on paper or screen. It plays a major role in making a website look more tempting and attract more users. It ups the game of your website from being just based on text to visually attempting components. HTML is the major language that determines the structure of the website, whereas CSS decides the visual aspects.      


If you want to accelerate the aesthetics of your website, CSS will do the job for you. CSS uses less code, thus increasing the page speed. It also allows a better user experience along with low cognitive stress. Enabling CSS allows your website to be accessible from all devices with an internet connection. Editing across multiple pages becomes much easier as CSS allows you to make changes to all the required sets of data by editing the corresponding CSS sheet. CSS is critical to the overall introduction and aesthetics of your webpage. CSS is one of the most important foundations of web technology.  


  1. How can we link CSS to an HTML document?

CSS can be linked to an HTML document by using the <link> tag inside the <head> section of the HTML.

  1. What do we mean by CSS selectors?

CSS contains more than 50 selectors, which are motifs used for the selection of the style of the web page.

  1. Do we, as UI/UX designers, require CSS?

CSS can be the add-on that pushes your website against your competitors. It is not mandatory but is very helpful on a fundamental level. The elemental knowledge helps bridge the gap between developers and establish a common perspective. CSS ultimately leads to a collaborative stance between peer developers.