HTML and CSS Reference
—Cato, the Elder
in 1996 as part of the Netscape browser and happily survived the first 15 years of the Internet era.
It was originally supposed to be a simple language targeted at web authors willing to make their
programming language, but rather something that was easy to work with.
And in the end it worked very well.
easy to get acquainted with, but unfortunately, it's also not trivial to master.
building applications. Developers use HTML5 to build layout and CSS to style it. Developers also use
of system-provided libraries that offer user interface widgets and components that allow developers
to access capabilities specific to Windows 8.
interested in binding freshly downloaded data to user interface elements. It doesn't mean, however,