CSS Logo


CSS is the name of a style-sheet-language, which was created in 1996 and is widely used today for improving the presentation of the web files and pages. The abbreviation CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, and it is supported by various markup languages.

Meaning and history

The logo of CSS is executed in the same style, as the visual identity of the other products of the company, JavaScript and HTML. The emblem of the languages all feature the same shape and style, yet have different lettering and color palette.

The CSS emblem depicts a sharp shield with straight sides and angles. It is executed in two shades of blue, divided vertically into two parts. The left side of the emblem features a darker blue, while the right part is executed in a lighter shade, but boasts a wide dark outline.

CSS Logo

In the middle of the shield, there is a bold white stylized “3” placed. It has its right part straight, which makes it look like the Russian letter “Э”. The upper horizontal bar of the symbol is also a straight line, as well as the middle one, but the bottom bar repeats the triangular part of the shield, adding sharpness and confidence to the whole image.

Another important part of the CSS logo is the black bold lettering above the emblem — the three symbols feature sharp contours and a masculine look. Both “S”s resemble the letter “Z” mirrored, white the “C” is square, with all the bars at 90-degree angles.

This black inscription adds a sense of professionalism and expertise, along with confidence in the highest quality and constant updates of the product.