What is html5? Before we continue our html tutorial, HTML stands for: Hyper Text Markup Language. It is the basic building block of  the World Wide Web. This tutorial is going to focus on html resources that specifically have to do with web development. This is purely going to be a markup language tutorial. Hypertext


The html head elements collectively describes properties of the document such as the title, provide meta information, instruct the browser where to find style sheets, and point to or include scripts that allow to extend HTML documents in highly active and interactive ways. HTML elements that can be used inside the (html head) <head> element includes: <title>, <base>, <link>, <style>, <meta>, <script> and <noscript> element.


HTML Tags Vs Elements Technically, an HTML element is the collection of start tag, its attributes, an end tag and everything in between. On the other hand an HTML tag (either opening or closing) is used to mark the start or end of an element, as you can see in the above illustration. However, in


Attributes define additional characteristics or properties of the element such as width and height of an image. Attributes are always specified in the start tag (or opening tag) and usually consists of name/value pairs like name=”value”. Attribute values should always be enclosed in quotation marks. Also, some attributes are required for certain elements. For instance, an <img> tag


Headings help in defining the hierarchy and the structure of the web page content. HTML offers six levels of heading tags, <h1> through <h6>; the higher the heading level number, the greater its importance — therefore <h1> tag defines the most important heading, whereas the <h6>tag defines the least important heading in the document. By default, browsers display headings in larger


Paragraph element is used to publish text on the web pages. Paragraphs are defined with the <p> tag. Paragraph tag is a very basic and typically the first tag you will need to publish your text on the web pages. Here’s an example: Closing a Paragraph Element In HTML 4 and earlier versions, it was enough to


A link or hyperlink is a connection from one web resource to another. Links allow users to move seamlessly from one page to another, on any server anywhere in the world. A link has two ends, called anchors. The link starts at the source anchor and points to the destination anchor, which may be any


HTML provides several tags that you can use to make some text on your web pages to appear differently than normal text, for example, you can use the tag <b> to make the text bold, tag <i> to make the text italic, tag <mark> to highlight the text, tag <code> to display a fragment of computer code, tags <ins> and <del> for marking editorial insertions and deletions,


HTML is quite limited when it comes to the presentation of a web page. It was originally designed as a simple way of presenting information. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) was introduced in December 1996 by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to provide a better way to style HTML elements. With CSS, it becomes very easy to specify the