What is HTML?

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It is the most fundamental building block of the web and the standard markup language for creating web pages and applications.

More About HTML

HTML uses tags to structure text, images, and other content. It consists of a series of elements that tell a web browser how to display a document. These elements are arranged in a hierarchy. The most important element is the root element, which contains all the other components.

The root element is typically html. Other elements include head, title, body, and p. These elements contains information about the document, such as its title. The title element defines the title of the document. The body element contains the main content of the document. Finally, the p element defines a paragraph of text.

Elements can have attributes that specify additional information. For example, the p element can have an align attribute, which determines how the paragraph should be aligned on the page.

To use HTML, you need a text editor. This is a program, often available for free download, that allows you to create and edit text files.

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