HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
For HTML Hyper Text Markup Language. It is a hypertext markup language used to create web pages. It is written as HTML elements. Hyperlink refers to a series of connections from one page to another. Tags are used to define the markup language, the layout of the page and the elements on the page. Its main focus is on the way web pages display information, which means that the webpages we see on the Internet are written using HTML code. HTML documents are defined and displayed by web browsers.
Some popular web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.
HTML was developed by Tim Berners-Lee in the late 1990s. It was first released in 1993. By then, many HTML versions had been released. The current HTML5 version is popular due to its wide range of features. Some of them are as follows:
Example of HTML document
Video: Video Element enables users to stream video from the website.
Figure: Shape element helps display visual content, such as photos, drawings, diagrams, etc.
Sections: Section elements like divs help organize webpage content into background groups.
NAV: It is used for the portion of a website that links to other pages of a website.
Title: This allows you to group contact items such as logos, navigation items, search forms etc. on the website.
Footer: This is at the bottom of the webpage. It usually includes copyright information, links to social media, and navigation items.
- <h1>Write Your First Heading</h1>
- <p>Write Your First Paragraph.</p>