Though “Web 2.0″ websites are mostly written in PHP or other scripting languages, you should never overlook the option of and HTML and CSS website. Fully customizable and able to include addition items like flash and various scripting, HTML and CSS websites are a great option for small business owners. For the most part, HTML websites are designed and updated by a web developer and use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) files for a common theme throughout the site. The convenience of using CSS allows a developer to make changes to the styles all of the pages within your website by editing (usually) a single file. More advanced HTML/CSS websites may have multiple stylesheets, depending on the output of the page(s). HTML and CSS websites are best for companies or individuals who are not interested in making frequent changes to their website. For users who wish to be able to make regular updates, changes or additions to their website, a Content Management System (CMS) is a better fit.