Introduction HTML

HTML is a nothing but a simple language that is use for design web pages. Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is Markup language. HTML is use different different Markup tags to describe document content.

Introduction about HTML Tags

HTML tags are the keyword that are start with angular brackets "<" and close with ">". The tags is use for design web pages. We use different tags for different process. HTML tags are come with pair Like <html> </html>

First "<html>" is start tag and "</html>" is end tag or close tag.

HTML Structure

Here represent structure of HTML which we have to follow for web page development.

     <title>Introduction of HTML</title>  
     <p>Web page content at here</p>  

HTML elements

HTML element is an individual component that is use for creating HTML document or "web page". Each element can have HTML attributes. HTML elements is come with pair that contain content, text, other elements as well. For example, the title element represents the title of the document. 

In HTML, all elements are written with a start tag and end tag, with the content in between. An HTML tag can have name of the element, name of element is surrounded by angle brackets. An end tag also has a slash after the opening angle bracket, to distinguish it from the start tag. For example, a paragraph, which is represented by the p element, would be written as 

 <title>Introduction of HTML</title>  

HTML attribute

HTML attributes, separated by "=", and are written within the start tag of an element.

syntax of HTML attributes 

 <tag attribute="value">(content to be modified by the tag)</tag>  

Most elements can take any of several common attributes
  •     The id attribute can use for unique identifier an HTML element
  •     The class attribute can use for classifying similar elements. 

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