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HTML code examples, samples, tutorial

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What is HTML. How to HTML

 

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is a type of computer language that is used to create pages that can be posted on the Internet or sent via email. Although it might seem complex to many people, it is considered to be a relatively simple language. All text, graphics, and design elements a page designed with this lnguage are "tagged" with codes that instruct the web browser or email program how to display those elements. The tags also provide layout and formatting information so that the web page or email will look as close as possible to the way its designer intended it to look. For the novice website designer or anyone else who needs to know a certain code or wants to learn how to create an entire website, there are many software utilities, programs and websites that can assist him or her in writing HTML code.

HyperText Markup Language (HTML): is the main markup language for web pages. HTML elements are the basic building-blocks of webpages.

File extentions:
.html
.htm
.php
.asp

.php and .asp is launched from hosting server not from your desktop.

Create file name:
index.html
Write to file simple text:
Hello HTML corer

Create and open it with browser. You will see the same text.

BROWSERS

HTML code script not equal to page on browser. Browsers place text in one row, deleting [new lines],[spaces],[tabulations].

After change code page, refresh page on browser, press [F5] button. Full refresh [CTRL] + [F5] 
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