Introduction to HTML

Welcome to HTML:

Welcome to HTML. Let’s begin!

Hello, and welcome to the world of coding! Millions of people in our community began learning HTML last year. Why? The skeleton of all web pages is introduction to HTML. It’s often the first language that developers, marketers, and designers learn, and it’s essential to front-end development. We’re excited for what you’re about to create if this is your first time touching code.

So, what is introduction to HTML, exactly? HTML gives the content on a website, such as images, text, and videos, structure. Choose “Inspect” from the context menu of any web page, and you’ll see HTML in a panel on your screen.

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is a markup language :

  • A markup language is a computer language that specifies how raw text should be structured and presented.
  • Raw text wrapped in HTML elements can be interpreted by a computer using HTML.
  • HyperText is text displayed on a computer or device that contains links, also known as hyperlinks, that allow users to access additional text.

Although introduction to HTML is the first step in creating websites, even a basic understanding can help you inject code snippets into newsletter, blog, and website templates.

You’ll learn how to use basic content elements to add content to your webpage. You will create an HTML resource webpage while learning how to use the Notepad++ editor. You’ll learn how to use and include common HTML tags and elements, as well as what each one does to help your document look good in a web browser. This course begins with HTML and prepares you for the next steps in your Web Development journey, as well as future courses in which you can expand your knowledge of HTML elements and learn to use cascading style sheets.

HTML is a stepping stone to the more advanced skills required for Web development. Developers who are familiar with front-end languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are in high demand. You will gain a better understanding of web development if you learn to manually code with HTML rather than using a WYSIWYG editor. You always have more control over the final product—in this case, a webpage—when you code it.

Helpful Tools:

Here are some useful tools to help you along your journey!

Setting up an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be difficult for beginners. The Online Compiler will enable you to run your code inside your browser without the need to install an IDE. If you need a more detailed explanation of a specific topic, the best place to find answers is in the Official Documentation.

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