Introduction to HTML
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. HTML is a markup language that is used to present information on the Web/Internet. Tim Berners-Lee is the inventor of HTML.
HTML is not case sensitive. For example, <HTML> is same as <html>
We can use .html or the .htm file extension to save the HTML file.
HyperText is text and other digital information that can be displayed on the screen in the HTML document. HTML documents can be easily linked with other documents using Hyperlinks.
A markup language is a language that uses tags to define elements in the document. HTML is an example of markup language. It uses HTML tags to define elements in the web document/web pages. Browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox use the tags to interpret the content of the web page.
HTML tags are keywords that define the elements in an HTML document.
They are surrounded by angled brackets.
HTML Tags come in pairs, start tags and end tags. They are sometimes also called opening tags and closing tags respectively.
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