What is HTML?
HTML is a hypertext makeup language, so its not a programming language.
HTML is used to define the structure of your content which consists of a series of elements which you use to enclose or wrap different parts of the content to make it appear a certain way or act a certain way.
What is HTML used for?
HTML is the code that is used to structure a web page and its content with the use of the tools and elements HTML provides.
Why are we learning HTML?
We are learning HTML to learn to structure a web page and its content. This is important so we could manage to build a web page which could communicate with the blockchain and others.
What is an HTML tag?
A HTML tag is a mark which gives the code included specific characteristics, which could be big letters, italicize words, etc. The properties of the tag would start at the opening tag and be applied to the content until the closing tag.
What is the structure of an HTML tag?
content(opening tag) content (closing tag), it also include the element name, in this case p.
What is an attribute?
Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content. It should always have a space between the element name or the previous attribute and the attribute name. The attribute name should always also include an equals sign after the attribute name. Also include opening an closing quote marks wrapped around the attribute value.
What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
The anatomy of an HTML document is the common way to include and use the basic element together to make a web page. This often includes a specific setup as , , ,, and to get the page to work correctly and reduce errors.