Bootstrap is a front-end web development framework that includes both HTML and CSS. On the other hand, CSS is a stylesheet language describing how a document written in a markup language should look and be formatted. In other words, CSS is used to style and control the look of the content on a web page, while Bootstrap is a framework that provides a set of pre-designed components and tools for building responsive, mobile-first websites and web applications.
|Full-Form||Cascading Style Sheet is what CSS stands for.||There is no full form for Bootstrap.|
|Developed By||Hakon Wium Lie, Bert Bos, and the World Wide Web on December 17, 1996, made CSS.||Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton worked at Twitter in 2011 to make Bootstrap.|
|Tags||It is made up of selectors and blocks that say what to do.||Websites don’t have to use Bootstrap tags.|
|Flexible||CSS is more complicated than Bootstrap because it doesn’t have a class and design setup.||Bootstrap is not flexible as HTML and CSS.|
|Existence||Web pages can exist even without CSS.||Web pages can exist even without Bootstrap.|
|Latest Version||It is working on CSS3, the most recent version of CSS.||Bootstrap’s latest version is Bootstrap v5.2.|
Originally posted 2022-12-14 05:19:40.