FAQ: Languages for Web Development - What is CSS?

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CSS stands for cascaded style sheets.

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cascaded style sheet

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css simply means “cascading style sheet”

to be more specific, cascading stands for…

arrange (a number of devices or objects) in a series or sequence.

So CSS is a series .css files that layer over html files in sequence.

Thanks @asim.d for your information.