They are so closely related that you should probably learn them at the same time.
HTML and CSS work hand in hand.
I programmed for years with HTML, but then I discovered CSS! Oh man, what a difference!
It's SOOOO much easier using CSS in your HTML and using the tags for formating.
Learn CSS WHILE you are learning HTML and you wont be sorry.
i really need to know about. so answer if you know about it.
HTML is the basic markup language use to create web pages.
CSS use to make stylish web pages.
So it's better to learn basic and move on. So I recommend you to learn
You should start from HTML. That is the basis for all the others. CSS is a language that will help you create the design of your website without using tables. (it has many other advantages) But, even if you don't know CSS you can still build websites. Without HTML you can't do anything with CSS.
If you want to learn HTML check out my hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Build-a- … TML-Basics
I also have another hum related with that one that is the introduction to build a website that might also be useful to you.
Hope this helps
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