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HTML questions

The HTML is also known as Hypertext Markup Language. It is developed by World Wide Web Consortium.

HTML questions


HTML questions

The HTML is also known as Hypertext Markup Language. It is developed by World Wide Web Consortium. The HTML is markup language to create the website and WebPages that can be served on the Internet. The HTML is used to create the visual UI on the browser, so that user can view the data and interact with the  websites.

In HTML you can create your website. It allows you to develop structured web page documents using paragraphs, text, list, links etc. It also allows to insert the image and dynamic content on the website.

While creating the webpage for your website you may face some issues or errors. You can post your HTML questions on your website. Our users will help you in getting the solutions for the HTML questions.

HTML Example

Here is the simple example of HTML document:

    <title>First HTML</title>
    <p>Hello World!</p>

The above html code will print the Hello World! message on the browser.

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February 19, 2013
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example You have to include the following in your page: 1. Your profile/details. 2. Introduce or describe yourself in one paragraph. 3. Put a profile picture – has to be your own picture. 4. List down your hobbies and describe it with short paragraph and images. 5. Link your hobbies to useful and informative website of your hobbies. 6. Remember to use proper headers and font formatting. 7. Include a proper title of your page. 8. Apply skills learnt in class, for example, order list, unorder list, linking with text, linking with image and etc.