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SSTS Digital Marketing, we take pride in being a leading force in the world of web design excellence. As the best web design institute in Delhi, we distinguish ourselves through a fusion of innovation and proficiency. Our commitment to staying ahead of industry trends is reflected in our curriculum, where we seamlessly integrate the power of HTML5. This ensures that our students not only grasp fundamental concepts but also graduate with cutting-edge skills that perfectly align with the demands of the industry.

This is the foundational language used to structure content on the web. It defines the basic structure of a webpage, including headings, paragraphs, images, links, and more.

  • The basic structure of an HTML document includes an opening <html> tag and a closing </html> tag. Everything within the document is contained between these tags.

  • The document is typically divided into two main sections: <head> and <body>.

    • The <head> section contains meta-information about the document, such as the title, character set, and links to external stylesheets or scripts.

    • The <body> section contains the actual content of the webpage.

  • Elements and Tags:

    • HTML elements are represented by tags. Tags are enclosed in angle brackets, and most have an opening tag <tag> and a closing tag </tag>.

    • Example: <p>This is a paragraph.</p>

  • Common HTML Elements:

    • <h1> to <h6>: Heading tags for different levels of headings.

    • <p>: Paragraph tag.

    • <a>: Anchor tag for creating hyperlinks.

    • <img>: Image tag for embedding images.

    • <ul>, <ol>, <li>: Tags for creating unordered and ordered lists.

    • <div>: Division tag used for grouping and styling elements.

    • <span>: Inline equivalent of the <div> tag.

    • <table>, <tr>, <td>: Tags for creating tables and table cells.

  • Attributes:

    • HTML elements can have attributes that provide additional information about the element.

    • Example: <a href="https://www.example.com">Visit Example</a>

      • Here, href is an attribute of the anchor (<a>) tag, specifying the hyperlink reference.

  • HTML Forms:

    • <form>: Used to create forms for user input.

    • <input>: Used for various types of form inputs like text boxes, checkboxes, radio buttons, etc.

    • <button>: Creates a clickable button within a form.

  • Semantic HTML:

    • Semantic HTML elements carry meaning about the structure and content of the webpage.

    • Examples include <header>, <nav>, <article>, <section>, <footer>, etc.

  • Comments:

    • <!-- This is a comment -->: Comments in HTML are used to add notes or explanations that are not rendered on the webpage.

Remember that HTML provides the structure of a webpage, but its appearance and styling are typically handled by CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). The combination of HTML and CSS allows web designers and developers to create visually appealing and well-structured websites.

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