What Is HTML?
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a programming language used by web developers to tell your web browser what the final product of a web page should look like to you. HTML itself consists purely of letters and symbols, but can be used to display amazing final products to the user, including anything from image formatting to specific ways the text on a page will appear. Thanks to a fairly strict set of syntax rules, HTML tags and code make creating a website or webpage logical and flexible. Using the analogy of a webpage as a person, HTML is essentially the DNA – invisible in the final product, but ruling how each element acts and appears. Fun Fact: right click on the next web page you see and select “View Source” – welcome to the amazing world of code!
<head>: As discussed above, the web page presented to the audience has many hidden elements governing structure and rules. <head> is a usually-invisible section of a website’s code that contains lots of structural elements, including scripts that make the website run certain tools and processes automatically. It’s inside this <head> section that we place our pixels, tag containers, and analytics – think of <head> as the brain of a webpage!
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Introduction to HTML
HTML is the standard markup language for creating Web pages: HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. HTML describes the structure of a Web page. HTML consists of a series of elements. HTML elements tell the browser how to display the content. HTML elements are represented by tags…READ MORE.
Why Is HTML Important?
There are many reasons why HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is important. To fully understand why something is important we need to understand what it is and what it does. HTML is a programming language. This means that we write in HTML so the computer can understand what we want it to do….READ MORE.
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