HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. HTML is the basic language which makes the web work and is used by most of the websites. HTML is the most common language which is understood by any computer and the standard compliance for creating simple static web pages. When implemented properly, it is one of the most powerful tools that can guarantee the look of the web pages to be the same in every single browser.
Today many developers use What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) HTML editors to make web pages for a website. There are many advantages to this, because all the programmer has to do is drag and drop features from a toolbox. The disadvantages that arise when using a WYSIWYG HTML editor are as follows:
- Uses excess code to create a webpage which will in turn slow down loading time.
- Compatibility issues may arise when running in different web browsers
- Some HTML editor change programmer coded HTML code as the HTML editor requires.
Due to these issues many programmer prefer to write HTML code by hand but some prefer to use HTML editors because the process of hand coding is slower when compared to code generated by HTML editors.The following is the tutorial on the basics of HTML and how to use it like a pro.
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