What’s the difference between HTML5 and CSS3?

Here’s an Infographic and quick explanation to show some of the differences between HTML5 and CSS3.

See Smooth Strides from HTML to HTML5 and Smooth Strides from CSS to CSS3 for detailed tutorials.

HTML5 and CSS3 Infographic for beginners

HTML is a markup language. It uses markup tags to describe web pages. The pieces of HTML are marked using “HTML tags” which appear inside angle brackets < >.

CSS is a style sheet language. It stands for Cascading Style Sheets. A style sheet has rules that apply to an HTML document. CSS defines how HTML elements need to be displayed in a web page. CSS uses curly braces.

Simply put, HTML tells the web browser the content to present while CSS tells the web browser how to present it. HTML5 is the latest version of HTML. CSS3 is the latest version of CSS.