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    Maybe I might look too pedantic, but I suspect that you wanted to say that the modern browsers can start downloading 8 files in a row. The downloading processes will never finish all 8 at the same time, not even 2 at the same time. That is my conviction based on a comparison with a similar principle in Physics which says that 2 object can not occupy the same space at the same time (simultaneously)

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    The phrase "in a row" is a synonym for "sequential", but that's not how it works -- files are downloaded in parallel. What we mean is that several file requests will be sent immediately after one another, so files can load without waiting for all of the previous requests to be finished loading. Besides, files over a certain small size will be broken up into multiple packets when transmitted between the server and client. It's normal for packets from multiple files to be intermixed on the "wire".

    And yes, you are being rather pedantic.

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    Originally Posted by Kravvitz
    Hello, Stephen. It's been a while since we've both posted to the same thread (on any webdev forum). If you're agreeable, would you mind telling me how you stumbled across this thread?
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    Over the past few years I have been really busy writing web content for About.com - Gave up that job at the end of August as it was taking too much time for too little money and not enough control. So now I have a bit more time to spend on forums and looked around to see which forums were asking the sorts of questions where I can contribute something toward the answer. Decided there are some interesting questions being posted here and so have just started visiting to see what I can help with.
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    you can also read on wiki answers


    I hope you understand the basic difference between them
    for details you can check it from wiki answers.
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    HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language while CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. Both are widely used be website designers. Using the HTML you can create structure of website and with the help of CSS you can give style to your website.
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    html stands for hypertext markup language, whereas css stand for cascading style sheet.

    For example:
    you create a website of 10 pages. each page contains heading content, text etc.
    you give red color to your heading on every page.
    but now you want to change red heading into blue.
    if you assign red color on every page then u have to change in every page.

    but if you assign this using css then this will be work of few seconds means you just have to change red into blue only at one place.....

    the only thing is you have to attach your css to ur html and you can control your any tag from here then it can be text color, size, style or border to table or image anything u like....
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    HTML is programming language,used for making websites.
    Where as CSS is style sheet programme used for styling images of web pages of a website.
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    HTML/XML tells a browser what sort of information is contained in a given web page.

    CSS tells a browser how to render/present the various blocks of information that are contained in the web page.
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    html is used to put in things in web pages like image the text u type and links
    while css is been linked to html to look it pretty
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    Hypertext Mark Up Language is a scripting Language.......It is used for formatting text and images on web pages.where JavaScript is a high-level programming language used primarily for adding elements to websites.
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    The HTML and CSS part is essentially art. HTML is the language that you use to add content like paragraphs, tables, headers, horizontal bars, images, and lots more. CSS is the style coding that is used to make the web page look the way you want in a browser.CSS is cascade style sheets. It's a complement for html.
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    CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets
    Styles define how to display HTML elements.....
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