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What is HTML?

What is HTML?

Have you ever been curious about how the internet is constructed? The answer is complex but HTML is the foundation computer code that is used to create the World Wide Web. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language  and uses markup tags to located content and files and then publish them for viewing on the World Wide Web. HTML tags are structured by a opening and closing markup tag ie '<> </>' Most modern websites  consist of more interactive and engaging web functionality then just HTML can offer. These often more dynamic websites are created through the use of HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP and MySQL databases. All websites are developed using HTML but often are combined with additional languages that generate a more interactive and engaging user experience. HTML Structure There are two main structures to HTML web pages, including the head and body sections. The head section of a HTML document identifies the non-visual elements that generate the web page. The head sections non-visual elements can include the websites meta information, css style sheets, scripts and additional information that is used within the web page The second section is the body section. The body section of the HTML document is where the visual elements are generated and what users see while visiting a website. Importance of Learning HTML It could be argued that learning HTML is important if you have any desire to work in the information technology or c...
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A Better Future - HTML 5

A Better Future - HTML 5
The latest advancements encapsulated in HTML 5 encompass two concepts. First, it represents a new language for HTML. It contains new elements, attributes and behaviors. Secondly, it represents a more advanced set of technologies that provide for  more diversified web development tools and applications. As an open source platform, HTML 5 is available to all open web developers. The new technological advancements provided by HTML 5 falls into 8 categories: Semantics - Permits content to be described more precisely. Connectivity - Provides server communications in more innovative ways. Offline and Storage - Permits websites to keep data on the local client side and improve off-line efficiencies. Improved Multi-media - Thanks to HTML 5, video and audio capabilities have been vastly improved. 2D/3D Graphics and effects - Offers a greater range of presentation options. Performance and Integration - Improved hardware performance and faster optimization. Device Access - Allowing for more input-output devices. Styling - Giving authors the ability to write more sophisticated themes. Improved graphics provided by HTML 5 represent a major enhancement over the former standard for Windows 8 and Internet Explorer. Bars, charts, graphs, diagrams and other elements can now benefit greatly from the new 2D geometry rendering. Metro-style apps will also benefit from HTML 5 Canvas and SVG technologies. The development of the new hardware tool dubbed Target Independent Rasterization for ...
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