Introduction to HTML | Lesson 1 | HTML | BlueKatanaSoft

Hello and Welcome to this brand new tutorial series on HTML more specifically the latest version HTML5. In this lesson we are going to introduce you to HTML and discuss about what it brings to the table for web development. First of all, HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. Almost all web pages on the Internet are made up of HTML documents. HTML is actually the first step for learning web development. HTML is technically a markup language. What this means is that HTML is going to be used for providing structure to your web page. You are going to be marking up different parts of your web page like paragraphs, images, videos, sections, etc,.. Making a website is like making a book or a newspaper. This is where the Hyper Text part of the HTML comes into play. Usually in a book or a newspaper, If you want to go from one page to another you will have to turn all the pages in between. Web pages however are Hyper Text documents. This means you can go directly from one page to another without visiting any other pages. This is where the concept of web comes from. The web pages are interconnected with each other. This is why the Internet has become so popular. HTML is actually a very easy language to learn. All you need to know is how to use a computer and how to use the internet. Personally, I learnt about HTML when I was at a summer course. I was eleven or twelve years old back then. It was easy for me even as a kid, and I’m sure it will be easy for you too, if you start learning right away. That is about it for this lesson. In the next lesson we will learn about web browsers and how useful they are in web development. If you want to watch the rest of the lessons make sure you are subscribed and hit the bell button to receive all the notifications. If you like the video hit the like button to show some support If you have any doubts or feedback leave them in the comments section.

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