Introduction To HTML

Hello and welcome to this lesson.

Before we get started with the real coding I would like to give you a brief introduction to each team.

So what is HTML

The HTML is a markup language that stands for Hypertext Markup Language markup languages use text

to describe the document and on each table.

Also we simply use text to tell what content we want to add on the website.

The texts are marked by these angled brackets and we generally have the opening tag and the closing

tag and disclosing tag starts with an additional forward slash.

 Also, Read  HTML Basic Page Structure

While the content goes inside so we can create an entire HTML document using the markup texts the web

browsers like Chrome Internet Explorer Mozilla etc. translate that document and render the content in

the form of what we know as a Web site.

If you visit any website on any browser and then right-click and then select a few paid source or inspect

it displays the entire website code there you’ll essentially find the HTML attacks everywhere used for

the content and you learn more about these different tacks in the coming lessons.

The hypertext markup language was created in 1990 by Tim Boehner Sally the term hypertext and computers

means linking objects together so that when we click on one object we can see the linking object and

in the same way the hypertext markup language is a hyperlink to the web browser through the internet.

The very first version of the email that was released was HTML one point oh it was majorly text-based

and didn’t have a lot of text that we have today not even images clearly because it was then intended

only for sharing information and making it accessible.

Ever since then, the HTML has been evolving with the addition of various new tax and semantics and it

now supports all the different types of content we see today on the Internet and the latest version

is HTML 5 that was released in the year 2014 which we’ll also be following in this course.

So this was a brief introduction to each email and now when we know where each team is we can move on

to setting up our text editor and get started with real coding.

So see you in the next lesson.

 

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