It was first introduced in 1995 by Netscape 2.0, though back then it went by the name Mocha. Not long after a Mocha prototype was introduced into Netscape Communicator, it was renamed to LiveScript. The reason? LiveScript was better for marketing.
HTML is the abstract stuff behind a web page, such as images and text. It defines the content and basic structure of a website through HTML tags.
CSS controls how that content is displayed, adding style and structure (and pazzazz).
Together, they form the basis of any web developer’s journey.
Through a combination of books, online and in-person classes, and online courses, you will eventually get the hang of the language.