Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard language for building web pages. The language provides the structure for content appearing on a website, such as paragraphs, images, and links.
The name Hypertext Markup Language comes from:
HTML tags are the basic components of HTML. All tags have opening and closing angle brackets and the name of the tag between the angle brackets. For example, the following is the structure of an HTML tag:
Some tags surround the content to structure the content. For example, the following is the structure of an HTML element that contains a start and end tag:
Some tags are called empty tags meaning that they don't surround content. For example, you would use the following empty tag to structure an image on a web page:
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a language used to format and design the presentation of web pages, such as text size, background images...
Web browsers (or “browsers”) are software applications used for accessing and viewing information on the internet.