Hypertext markup language

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)

HTML is the standard markup language used to create web pages. It is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags enclosed in angle brackets. HTML tags are typically of two types; opening tags, such as < p >, and closing tags, such as .

HTML is used to structure content on web pages, such as headings, paragraphs, images, and lists. It also provides a way for web developers to add styling and interactivity to websites such as dropdown menus and forms.

Examples of HTML


Headings are used to structure a page into logical parts. They are written as follows:

  • Heading 1

  • Heading 2

  • Heading 3

  • Heading 4

  • Heading 5

  • Heading 6


Paragraphs are written as follows:

This is a paragraph.


Images are written as follows:

Alt text


Unordered lists are written as follows:

  • Item 1

  • Item 2

  • Item 3

Ordered lists are written as follows:

  1. Item 1

  2. Item 2

  3. Item 3

Bold Text

Bold text is written as follows:

This is bold text.

HTML is an essential component of web pages and is used to create a visually appealing and interactive experience for users.

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