Introduction to HTML

HTML is the most powerful language for creating web pages and web applications to be displayed in a web browser, and it stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language. HTML describes the structure of the web pages how it looks and decides that how to display the content of web pages in the browser

There are millions of websites are available on the internet which is made with the help of HTML and CSS, there is no site on the internet that is not made with HTML and CSS. If you want to create your own site by yourself then you must need to learn HTML and then CSS, If you are interested to learn HTML so this tutorial is for you where you can learn almost everything about HTML which helps you to create a full-flash site where visitors can access to your site.

As I said you must also need to learn CSS after HTML, this is because CSS helps you to make your site colorful and stylish which looks beautiful and professional. Most peoples want to see only professionally designed sites, nobody likes to see the simple and undesigned sites.

Let me show you the difference between an HTML site and an HTML+CSS site.

Home Of ComputerStudyPoint (HTML+CSS)

As you can see this is the homepage of our site which has both HTML+CSS.

Now let me show this homepage without CSS…

Home Of ComputerStudyPoint (HTML)

After offing CSS… Our homepage looks like this, which looks weird and unprofessional. This is the power of CSS. Now you better know why you need to learn CSS after learning HTML. Well, this tutorial is for HTML we’ll discuss CSS in another tutorial.

Now, I am going to show you a small example of HTML which will give you an overview of writing HTML code.

Example: Write an HTML code which having a title=”HTML Tutorial”, Heading1= “HyperText Markup Language” and in paragraph tag = “Thank You Tim Berners-Lee:)”

SOL:

HTML Code:-

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>HTML Tutorial</title>
</head>
<body>
<h1>HyperText Markup Language</h1>
<p>Thank you Tim Berner-Lee</p>
</body>
</html>

OUTPUT:-

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