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It is easy to make HTML-pages. There are many applications, with which you can do pages even if you don't understand just nothing about the code structure of HTML. Those application view pages almost as you see them in a browser window. These kinds of programs are called as WYSIWYG-applications (What You See Is What You Get).
This level of making pages is not enough, if you want effectively use CSS. It is at least at some level necessary to understand the structure of HTML- and XML-documents in code level. Section 1-4 give common introduction to HTML and CSS. I handle in these sections primary HTML-encoding and in the last section XML-encoding. If you are familiar with HTML, you can skip some sections and continue directly from HTML 4.0 + CSS and the aims of CSS. I recommend however, that you read some behavioral notes from the page Help for TM CSS menu.