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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the foundation of web development. With HTML, you can create web pages by writing lines of text and code. HTML is relatively easy to learn, and with a few hours of practice, you can quickly become comfortable with the basics. A basic understanding of HTML can be obtained in as little as one week, although it may take longer to master the more advanced concepts.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a language used to style web pages. With CSS, you can control the look and feel of your web page, such as fonts, colors, and layout. CSS is more difficult than HTML, but with practice and dedication, it can be learned in a few weeks. It is important to understand the basics of HTML before attempting to learn CSS, as HTML provides the structure for web pages and CSS provides the styling.