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The C programming language has an extensive system for declaring variables of different types. The C language demands that you declare the name of each capricious that you are traveling to use and its type,, or class, before you actually try to do anything with it. The Programming language C has two main variable types :

- Local Variables
- Global Variables

Cascading style sheets give you more control over the appearance and presentation of your pages. Using cascading style sheets, you can extend the ability to precisely specify the area and actualization of elements on a page and create special effects. Another advantage of using cascading style sheets on your Web site is the ability to reuse them across multiple pages.
These HTML attributes allow additional features to set or add elements of style. The HTML attributes outlined on this page are accepted in many HTML elements.

- ID attribute
- CLASS attribute
- STYLE attribute
- TITLE attribute
- LANG attribute
Well designed HTML forms can be extremely simple and allow companies to get all the necessary information in a short amount of time. The HTML format can allow users to present information in a clear, effective and able blueprint application altered colors and elements within the form.
I like to think of tags as bookends, they have a start to signal the begining of a certain architecture and an catastrophe to arresting the end of the formatting. These bookends/tags are generally put in the angled brackets (<>). The end one's usually have a slash (/) in them which differentiates them from the aperture ones and signals to your browser that it's the end.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and is a simple administration accent which allows adhering style to HTML elements. Every element type as well as every occurance of a specific element within that type can be declared an unique style, e.g. margins, positioning, color or size.