Introduction to HTML. Hello friends, in previous blog we are know what is java script and how to create a java script program. Today we are know the HTML fundamentals.
In HTML Fundamentals we know introduction to HTML and What is HTML Tag and it’s parts.
Let’s explore the HTML Fundamentals.
Introduction to HTML
HTML Stand for Hypertext markup language.
It is a language for creating web pages. HTML define server except of a web page including heading, labels, bold, italic, images, hyper text link to other resources. HTML is a standardized and coatable. A document that has been prepared using HTML markup tag can be view using a variety of web browser such as internet explorer, netscape navigator. In 1991, Tim Verner created HTML.
Introduction to HTML Tags
HTML markup tags (referred to as HTML tags) are elements enclosed in curly braces. An HTML tag is a signal to a browser that it should do something other then just through text up on the screen.
A Tag is a command that tell the web browser about the structure of a web page as well as how to display the content of HTML document. Tags are indicated by a pair of angle brackets. They start be “<” character and end with “>” character.
HTML Tag can be of Two Types:
Pair tag (OR) Container Elememt
A tag is said to be a paired tag if it along with a companion tag.
Example:- Tag is a pair tag. In pair tag the first tag () is called opening tag and the Second tag (<./B>) is called Close tag.
Singular Tag(OR) Empty Tag
The second type of tag is singular tag or stand alone tag. A stand alone does not have a companion tag. Example:
Tag is a singular tag.
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Introduction to Structure Of HTML Document
Html is a simple and powerful language used to define the structure of HTML document. It allows use to format text, Image and save it as text only file that all the computers understand.
The basic HTML document Structure is
Title of the document
HTML tag defined here
The parts of HTML document structure defined in next blog. If you want I am explain the parts of it’s structure. Then e-mail me personally.
The purpose of a web browser (Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari …) is to read HTML documents and display them. The browser does not display HTML tags but uses them to determine how the text should be displayed.
Since the early days of the web, there have been many versions of HTML.