cSS, otherwise known as Cascading Style Sheets, is a language used to design the style of a website that is written in a markup language like HTML. CSS is a cornerstone technology of the World Wide Web, alongside HTML and JavaScript.

CSS is a language that is designed to allow the separation of presentation and content. It is written to make changes the layouts, colors, and fonts, and make the content look appealing. The separation of design from the content also improves accessibility, provide more flexibility and control of the presentation on the website. It also enables multiple webpages to share formatting by specifying the CSS in a separate .css file. This reduces the repetitive process of adding the same design to several pages on the website.

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the good thing about CSS is that it's syntax is simple and easy to understand, since it uses several English keywords to specify names of various styles.

Anyone who wants to develop a fully-functioning website, be it a static or a dynamic website, needs to be familiar with HTML, CSS and Javascript.