Cascading Style Sheets, more commonly known as CSS, has fast become the preferred web design method for the benefits it offers web designers and website visitors alike.
CSS is a language used to detail the presentation of a web page's markup language (most commonly HTML or XHTML) – such as colors, fonts, and layout.
First of all we would like to ask all loyal Word Press fans to pardon us and not take our words as a direct insult or something of the kind.
Let’s set it straight: we have nothing against the CMS, moreover, we use it ourselves for producing our templates.
De bene esse we will repeat once again that everything listed herein above represents personal standpoints and experience of people who faced the downsides of developing websites using Word Press and shared them with the community.