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HTML Stands for Hyper-Text-Markup Language, which is used to give structure to web pages. Like this post or whole blog are also giving output in HTML format to see those you can simply press CRTL + U and you can see the whole HTML code that is gonna to used in this web page along with the CSS and JavaScript.

This post is the Complete HTML Tutorial at One Place where you can find almost all the things that you want to know about the HTML  and to be update time-to-time for latest changes or with readers suggestions.

Table of Content : 

History & Version Control of HTML : 

  • HTML 1.0 [1991] - Invents by Tim Berners-Lee 
  • HTML 1.0 [1993] - Released but not many developers are creating websites at this time.
  • HTML 2.0 [1995] - Published, This contains the features of HTML 1.0 plus new features. This remained the standard markup language for designing and creating websites until 1997.
  • HTML 3.0 [1997] - Invented by Dave Raggett, introduced a fresh draft on HTML, which improved new features of HTML and gave more powerful characteristics for webmasters in designing websites. Unfortunately, the powerful features slowed down the browser in applying further improvements.
  • HTML 4.0 [1999] - The widely-used HTML version comes out. It is very successful.
  • HTML 4.1 [2012] - Some bugs fixes and extended version of HTML 4.0
  • HTML 5.0 [2014] - Released and used worldwide.

How to Create Web Page Using HTML

To create web page using HTML you just have to use notepad [Pre installed in any computer/laptop], Step-by-Step Guide are as below :-

  • Step 1 : Open notepad either by simply typing notepad in your start menu or using run command, In my case i'm using run command. To use run command you simple have to Press Window + R after that type "notepad" and hit enter.



  • Step 2 : Once your notepad will open you have to write HTML basic structure code to it so it can be considered as web page example are as follow : 




  • Step 3 : Now you have to save that page with the extension of .html or .htm at your desired destination of your device and that's it your web page is ready.



  • Step 4 : You can open your web page that you had saved with .html or .htm extension in your favourite browser (mine is Google Chrome).




Ta-da Your web page will running.

HTML Editors

Now a days there are many HTML editors are available in world wide some of them are free and some of are paid. You can start with Free one to learn how the HTML works and be a master in HTML using one or many HTML Editors.

HTML Editors help you to write HTML codes easily, like they provide color coding for each type of relevant code as well as they format your code for eye catching look, So when you view your code you will find an excellent view.

Some of the HTML Editors are as Below : 

  • Notepad ++
  • Sublime Text
  • CKEditor
  • Atom
  • Notepad
  • Komodo Edit
  • Brackets
  • Bluefish
  • UltraEdit
  • BBEdit
  • TextMate
  • TextEdit
  • RJ TextEd
  • TextWrangler
  • PSPad
  • EmEditor
  • Smultron
  • NoteTab
  • EditPlus
  • Crimson Editor
  • ContentTools and many more...

HTML Basics


HTML Elements


HTML Images



HTML Lists


HTML Attributes


HTML Headings


HTML Paragraphs


HTML Styles


HTML Formatting


HTML Comments


HTML Blocks


HTML Classes


HTML ID

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