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HTML Introduction

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is used to create document on the World Wide Web. It is simply a collection of certain key words called �Tags� that are helpful in writing the document to be displayed using a browser on Internet.

It is a platform independent language that can be used on any platform such as Windows, Linux, Macintosh, and so on. To display a document in web it is essential to mark-up the different elements (headings, paragraphs, tables, and so on) of the document with the HTML tags. HTML also provides tags to make the document look attractive using graphics, font size and colors.

Hyper Text: Hyper Text simply means "Text within Text". A text has a link within it, is a hypertext. Every time when you click on a word which brings you to a new webpage, you have clicked on a hypertext.

Markup language: A markup language is a programming language that is used make text more interactive and dynamic.

1.create, save and view a HTML document
2.format a web page using section heading tags
1.create, save and view a HTML document
2.format a web page using section heading tags
3. describe Ordered and Unordered lists
4. explain graphics in HTML document
5.describe hypertext links and making text/image links

1) It is the language which can be easily understand and can be modified.
2) Effective presentations can be made with the HTML with the help of its all formatting tags.
3) It provides the more flexible way to deign web pages along with the text.
4) You can display HTML documents on any platforms such as Macintosh ,Windows and Linux etc.
 <p>providing quality of education</p>
html : Text between html tag describes the web document.
Title: tital is used show the tital of program.
body : Text between body tag describes the body content of the page that is visible to the end user.
h1 : Text between h1 tag describes the heading of the webpage.
p : Text between p tag describes the paragraph of the webpage.


Text editors: Text (source) editors intended for use with HTML usually provide syntax highlighting. Templates, toolbars and keyboard shortcuts may quickly insert common html elements and structures.

Notepad: for learning HTML we recommend a text editor like Notepad.