Hypertext Mark-up Language is commonly recognized as HTML. It is the standard mark-up language for creating web pages displayed in a web browser.

HTML Tags:

HTML tags are used to mark up the content of a web page. Tags are keywords surrounded by angle brackets, such as <html>. Tags come in pairs, with a start tag and an end tag. The start tag tells the browser what kind of content is coming, and the end tag tells the browser where the content ends.

Some common HTML tags:

<html>: This tag marks the beginning of an HTML document.

<head>: This tag contains the metadata for a web page, such as the title and the keywords.

<body>: This tag contains the main content of a web page.

<h1>: This tag creates a heading.

<p>: This tag creates a paragraph.

<a>: This tag creates a hyperlink.

How to create an HTML page



<title>Hello, I am here</title>



<h1>This is my first HTML page!</h1>

<p>I’m so excited to be learning HTML!</p>



How to Adding Links:

  • The <a> tag is used to create links.
  • The “href” attribute specifies the URL or file path.
  • Users can click on the link to navigate to the target location.

How to Inserting Images:

  • The <img> tag is used to insert images.
  • The “src” attribute specifies the image file path or URL.
  • “alt” attribute provides alternative text for accessibility.

How to Create Lists:

  • HTML offers ordered and unordered lists.
  • <ul> represents an unordered list (bullet points).
  • <ol> means an ordered list (numbered or lettered).

Structuring Content with HTML:

  • HTML provides semantic tags for structuring content.
  • <header>, <nav>, <section>, <article>, <footer> help organize information.
  • Using appropriate tags improves accessibility and search engine optimization (SEO).

How to add Tables in HTML:

  • Tables are created using the <table> element.
  • <th> defines table headers.
  • <tr> represents table rows, and <td> represents table data cells.

How Forms and User Input:

  • HTML forms allow users to input data.
  • <form> element encloses form content.
  • <input> element creates various form controls like text fields, checkboxes, and buttons.

Embedding Multimedia:

  • HTML supports embedding multimedia content.
  • <video> tag displays videos.
  • <audio> tag plays audio files.
  • <iframe> tag embeds external content like maps or social media.

CSS and Styling:

  • HTML provides structure, while Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) handle presentation.
  • CSS enhances the appearance of HTML elements.
  • Styling can be applied inline, internally, or externally using <style> and <link> tags.

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HTML is the backbone of the web, providing structure and content to web pages. With HTML, you can format text, add links and images, create lists and tables, and structure content. It works in tandem with CSS to create visually appealing websites.