There are many web-based technologies, with HTML and CSS often considered as the basic platforms. In general, the simplest webpage is consisted of only basic HTML code that tells web browser when it should start and end the page. HTML doesn’t have the ability to style a page and it only knows how to provide basic layout. It is important for us to know what is in a paragraph. The World Wide Web is a sea of text and images. In its early form, HTML could offer this functionality, but we are not able to expand it further. CSS or Cascading Style Sheets are essential to make our pages neater and more organized. It could define elements of all pages with only a single block of CSS code. Even the simplest web browser supports CSS functionality. CSS is considered as a rather radical departure compared to HTML. In this case, the content is effectively separated from the rules. By making simple changes on the CSS code, we could implement changes to every webpage.