What is HTML?
Hypertext Markup Language
What is HTML used for?
It is used for marking up content on the web
Why are we learning HTML?
We are learning HTML in order to gain a better understanding of upcoming languages used to program software designed for blockchain, but these are the basics.
What is an HTML tag?
An HTML tag is the title of the element and it also opens and closes the element
What is the structure of an HTML tag?
The HTML tag structure contains the title of the element wrapped in opening and closing brackets, while the closing tag contains a forward slash to indicate it is the closing tag, or the end of the element.
What is an attribute?
Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the text.
What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
The anatomy of an HTML document is that it begins with the <!DOCTYPE html> , and then the <html> element that grounds the “roots” for the html document, aka the root element. This element wraps up all of the all of the content on the entire document . Afterwards comes the <head> element which would include the content not available for the viewers to see, like the web page description found in search results of google, CSS to style the content etc. Next comes the <meta charset= “UTF-8> which allows the html document to be able to understand almost all human written languages, and any textual content inside the document. Afterwards is the <title> element which would be the title of the document which is also shown in the browser tab of the page. Last is the <body> element of the document, which would include all of the content available to page viewers like mp3 files, audiobooks, images and games.