What is HTML

Introduction and examples of HTML

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language, which means HTML is a programming language that uses markup or markers to create web pages. To make web pages more dynamic, HTML requires other programming languages such as CSS, PHP and javascript. Currently the HTML version is version 5, to write HTML code we must have a text editor such as notepad, notepad plus, visual studio code, dreamweaver and others. After we have a text editor to write HTML code we must also have a browser such as chrome, mozilla, opera, internet explorer, safari and others.

before we create an html file we must first prepare a local server or localhost, you can see the tutorial here

After the localhost server is ready, create a project1 folder in the htdocs folder and save the file below with the name index.html, for file naming avoid using spaces, it can also be replaced with a min sign (-) or undescore (_) so that the URL formed is neater .

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
        <title>Belajar HTML #01</title>
        <p>Hello world!
</p> </body> </html>

for html file validation, you can test your html file at W3C to find out if the html file we created is correct or not.

after that you can test the file by opening a browser and typing http://localhost/project1/index.html and the result is like this

After successfully creating an HTML file, we will continue to know more about the parts of HTML, there are 3 important parts of HTML, namely: tags, elements and attributes.

A tag is a sign that starts and ends an element in HTML. Tags are made with square brackets (<…>) and then filled in the name of the tag and its attributes, for example: <p>, <h1>, <h2>, and so on.