Beginning HTML


HTML shapes the pages that you see on the World Wide Web. Almost all pages are sculpted from HTML in some form or another and your browser translates this into the pages that you, the user, can view and interact with.

For those of you with programming experience, HTML is quite unique in its syntax and structure. HTML, or Hyper Text Markup Language, is shaped using a series of tags which are usually used in pairs. The tags change the properties of the text that they surround. In this article, I intend to show you how tags are used to build up a fully functional webpage. Over the course of the article, I intend to show you the skills required to design a simple website.

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