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What is html ?

It stands for "HyperText Markup Language" in English. It is the most basic building block of web pages. Defines the structure and meaning of web pages. It is the standard text markup language used to create web pages. HTML is not defined as a programming language. Other technologies other than HTML are used to define the appearance (CSS) or functionality (Javascript) of the web page. A program cannot be written with only HTML codes.
What is html ?

It stands for "HyperText Markup Language" in English. It is the most basic building block of web pages. Defines the structure and meaning of web pages. It is the standard text markup language used to create web pages. HTML is not defined as a programming language. Other technologies other than HTML are used to define the appearance (CSS) or functionality (Javascript) of the web page. A program cannot be written with only HTML codes.

HTML Latest Version : HTML 5.2
HTML First Released : 1993
Stable Release: HTML5 (October 28, 2014)
Usual File Extensions: html,.htm

Why Should I Learn HTML?

  • You can create a website.
  • You can become a professional web designer.
  • You can understand the web.
  • You can learn other languages.

Most Used Web Browsers

  1. Google Chrome
  2. Mozilla Firefox
  3. Microsoft Edge
  4. Safari
  5. Opera

Resources to Learn HTML

What are HTML Elements?

Basic Elements

  • !DOCTYPE
  • html
  • body
  • h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6
  • p
  • br
  • hr

Visual Elements

  • img
  • map
  • area

Link Elements

  • a
  • link 

List Elements

  • ul
  • ol
  • li
  • dir
  • dl
  • dt
  • dd
  • menu

Format Elements

  • acronym
  • abbr
  • address
  • b
  • bdo
  • big
  • blockquote
  • center
  • cite
  • code
  • del
  • dfn
  • em
  • font
  • i
  • ins
  • kbd
  • pre
  • q
  • s
  • samp
  • small
  • strike
  • strong
  • sub
  • sup
  • tt
  • u
  • var
  • xmp

Form Elements

  • form
  • input
  • textarea
  • button
  • select
  • optgroup
  • option
  • label
  • fieldset
  • legend

Table Elements

  • table
  • caption
  • th
  • tr
  • td
  • thead
  • tbody
  • tfoot
  • col
  • colgroup
  • frame
  • frameset
  • noframes
  • iframe

Style Elements

  • style
  • div
  • span

Meta Elements

  • head
  • title
  • meta
  • base
  • basefont

Programming Elements

  • script
  • noscript
  • applet
  • object
  • param

 

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