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    by elighdone ·

    How to use o HTML in Web development.

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      Re: how to use HTML

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to HTML

      It’s not necessary to write HTML-code yourself. You can build site using a CMS without knowing it.

      Use your favorite development tool to write HTML. I’ve been using Notepad++.

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      Features and uses of HTML in Web development.

      by Harisamer214 ·

      In reply to HTML

      The things you can do with HTML in web development:

      1. Create the structure of a web page, including the headings, paragraphs, images, and lists.
      2. Add style to a web page using CSS.
      3. Add interactivity to a web page using JavaScript.
      4. Connect a web page to a database.
      5. Create forms for users to submit data.
      6. Embed multimedia content, such as videos and audio files.

      HTML is a powerful language that can be used to create a wide variety of web pages. If you are interested in web development, HTML is a good language to start with.

      Hope this helps!

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      HTML in web development

      by muneebalimma2211 ·

      In reply to HTML

      Using HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) in web development is fundamental, as it provides the structure and content for web pages. HTML is used to create the elements you see on websites, from text and images to forms and links. Here’s a basic guide on how to use HTML in web development:

      1. Create an HTML Document:

      An HTML document is a plain text file with a .html extension. You can create it using a simple text editor like Notepad (on Windows), TextEdit (on macOS), or any code editor such as Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, or Atom.

      2. Define the Document Type:

      Begin your HTML document with a declaration of the document type. The most common doctype is the HTML5 doctype, which looks like this:

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      <!DOCTYPE html>
      3. Create the HTML Structure:

      HTML uses tags to structure content. Tags are enclosed in angle brackets, and most tags come in pairs: an opening tag and a closing tag. The opening tag tells the browser where the element begins, and the closing tag tells the browser where it ends. For example:

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      <title>My Web Page</title>
      <h1>Welcome to My Web Page</h1>
      <p>This is a paragraph of text.</p>
      In this example, we have a basic HTML structure with the <html>, <head>, and <body> tags.

      4. Head Section:

      Inside the <head> section, you can include metadata about your web page, such as the page title, character encoding, and links to external stylesheets or JavaScript files. The title appears in the browser’s title bar or tab.

      5. Body Section:

      The <body> section contains the visible content of your web page, including text, images, links, and other elements. You can use various HTML tags to structure and format your content. For instance:

      <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, … <h6>: Headings of different levels.
      <p>: Paragraphs of text.
      : Links to other web pages.
      : Images.


          : Unordered and ordered lists.

        1. : List items.
          6. Attributes:

          HTML tags can have attributes that provide additional information or settings. For example, the tag uses the src attribute to specify the image file source:

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          Description of the image
          7. Nesting Elements:

          HTML elements can be nested inside one another to create complex structu

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      Reply To: HTML

      by ShellyCraig ·

      In reply to HTML

      To start, you need a basic understanding of HTML syntax, including tags (elements) like < html >, < head >, < body >, etc. These elements create the structure of a webpage.

      For text, you’d use < p > for paragraphs, < h1 > for headings, and so on.

      Links are made with < a > (anchor) tags, images with < img / > tags, and lists with < ul >, < ol >, and < li >. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is then used to style HTML elements, making the webpage visually appealing.

      • This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by ShellyCraig.
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