HTML – HTML5

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and used to create Web Pages. HTML have a define structure. Any HTML document starts with the HTML Tag and contains all the information in between these Tags.The Key feature of HTML is that all the designs and layout of the web page is stored only in text format.

HTML is called Mark-up language because all the informations are placed in between “<” “>” tags. It’s also called tagging language. For everything, there is a tag in HTML.

A simple HTML Webpage will contain following structure:

<HTML><HEAD>“enter here heading what about your document/Web Page is” <BODY> “all design of body part according to requirement” </BODY></HTML>.

HTML has hundreds of other tags used to format and layout the information in a HTML page (Web Page). Since HTML is a language, like other languages, an interpreter is used to interpret the tags and elements to show web Page in correct Format. A Web Browser is the interpreter of HTML language. An HTML page is the basic object into which elements are placed, and which is common to all documents across all Web Page display technologies. Much of the structure is a document might be implicitly expressed through links between pages. Which is we can see on web browser that’s  all are a HTML documents on the web, and a browser can only display an HTML page fully correctly if it knows the HTML type and version used.

There are 5 versions of HTML. Current Stable version of HTML is version 5.  It is the fifth revision of the HTML standard (created in 1990 and standardized as HTML4 as of 1997)and, as of December 2012, is a W3C Candidate Recommendation. A HTML Document is of default extension (.htm). We can open the HTML documents with any web browsers.

There are various tags available in HTML for every purpose. One nice thing about HTML5 is that it attempts to stay backwards compatible.  HTML5 lets sites directly embed media with the simple tags “<video>” and “<audio>” – with no any external plug-ins required. There are some issues currently being debated by the powers that be and a particularly sticky one deals in file format.  While the HTML5 specification is not finalized yet, you can use HTML5 with any browser that supports it or any part of it. For example, many Web browsers initially support the <canvas> element that is used to draw graphics in scripting, on the fly, on a web page. It is initially supported by Safari, Firefox, Opera, and IE 8.

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