Introduction of HTML
What is HTML?
HTML is a language that is ready to allow website creation. These websites can be viewed by connecting to the internet. Learning is relatively easy, and it is quite powerful that it is under modification and development to meet the demands and needs of the growing Internet audience towards W3C, the organization in charge of designing and maintaining the organization.
Definition of HTML (hypertext markup language)
Hypertext is a way through which you roam the web - clicking on text hyperlinks, which brings you to the next page. The fact is that it is hyper it means that it is not linear - that is, whenever you click on the link, you can click anywhere on the Internet - there is no set order to do something in it.
HTML is a language, because the code-word and syntax in it is like any other language.
In other words
HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language
Describes the structure of web pages using HTML markup
HTML elements are the building blocks of HTML pages
HTML elements are represented by tags
Simple HTML Document
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Page Title</title> </head> <body> <h1>1st Heading</h1> <p>1st paragraph.</p> </body> </html>
<! DOCTYPE html> Announcement defines this document to be HTML.
<html> is the basic element of the HTML page.
<head> element contains meta information about the html document.
<title> element specifies a title for the html document.
<body> element contains visual page content.
<h1> Element defines a large title.
<p> The element defines the paragraph.
Advantages of HTML:
1. Its first benefit is widely used.
2. Every browser supports HTML languages.
3. Easy to learn and use.
4. It is in every window by default so you do not need to buy additional software.
HTML Disadvantage :
1. It can only create stable and plain pages so that we need dynamic pages if HTML
2. There is a need to write a lot of code to create a simple webpage.
3. Security features in HTML are not good.
4. If we need to write long code to create a webpage, then it creates some complexity.