Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a language that helps separate text content written in a mark up language from the graphic content.Syntaxes commonly used in this language are: selectors, property and value. CSS is available in three types of drafts: CSS 1, CSS 2 and CSS 3. Apart from these there specialized drafts for creating TV, mobile profile and print profile.
The properties of CSS 3, the latest version of the language, are variably supported by various browsers. Interestingly, Apple Safari is the only browser that supports all of the CSS 3 properties. Google chrome ranks next by supporting all but the CSS Transforms 3D property of the language. Mozilla and Opera support more than half the properties thus making them a less popular choice. Internet explorer supports only the front face property, leaving behind the remaining 7.
Many websites offer free tutorials on how to use this language.