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WordPress and CSS
CSS is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets. It gives you an opportunity to store the data on your style presentation separate from your HTML structure (as colors, fonts and layouts). Your pages are updating much faster and easier due to CSS giving you precision control of the layout of WordPress website.
Each WordPress Theme uses a set of CSS style sheets, template files and template tags in order to form the design of your WordPress website:
Template files are those blocks (header, sidebar, content, footer) brought together to create your website. They all are contained within separate files allowing you to customize these building blocks/sections.
Template tags are the codes instructing your WordPress. They allow you to customize the date and time, various lists as well as other elements displayed on your website.
CSS Style Sheets combine all of the above. They hold the instructions and commands for the structure of your pages without which your page will look just like a long typed page. It is up to you to decide how to style your page, but remember that these styling instructions can be found in style.css file.