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What's Your Love Language? HTML / JavaScript / CSS

With Valentines Day just a day away, I have to admit the two things on my mind are love and coding (maybe even my new love for coding).

When I asked to explain the difference between CSS / HTML / JavaScript, ChatGPT helped articulate it as follows:

"HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the standard markup language used to create the structure and content of web pages. It provides a way to create headings, paragraphs, images, links, and other elements of a web page.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a stylesheet language used for describing the presentation and styling of HTML documents. It provides a way to specify the colors, fonts, layout, and other visual aspects of a web page.
JavaScript (JS) is a programming language used for creating dynamic and interactive web pages. It allows for the creation of interactive features, such as pop-ups, animations, and user input validation.
In summary, HTML is used to create the structure and content of a web page, CSS is used to style and present the web page, and JavaScript is used to add interactivity and dynamic behavior to the web page."

A bit dry, I would say to the AI... How will I remember this all? Then I remembered l-o-v-e.

When comparing these terms to a relationship, HTML is the foundation. Any good long-lasting relationship needs a solid foundation to build on. Just like trust is the foundation of a healthy relationship, you need well-structured HTML for a web page.

CSS is the visual appeal and attraction that makes relationships spark. CSS is like your personal style, accessories, and things that make you attractive and presentable in the eyes of your loved one. In code, it can be the fonts, colors and layouts. What's cooking good lookin? ;)

But we all know that looks aren't everything. True love needs passion and excitement, and that is exactly what JavaScript is all about. It adds interactivity and dynamics, such as making web pages more engaging and interactive, just like a good relationship needs communication and interactions to keep the love going.

“You are my semicolon; you are in everything I do.” - Morning Lazziness


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