HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It is used to design web pages using the markup language. HTML is the combination of Hypertext and Markup language.













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About the Tutorial

HTML Tutorial provides you the foundation to build complete web applications. It helps you to learn the core concepts of HTML such as Tags, Attributes, Lists, Forms, Tables, Graphics, Media, etc.

Prerequisite to learn HTML:

Every front-end developer begins their journey with HTML. To build a completely effective web app or website, these are the fundamental building blocks of frontend web development.

  1. Code Editor
  2. Browser

Reason to Learn HTML

HTML is impotant for web development, because HTML is basic need to create a websote. Learning HTML will increases career opportunities in web development field. It can integrate seamlessly with CSS and JavaScript to create attractive and interactive websites.

Key Highlights of this Tutorial:

  1. Complete structured tutorial
  2. You can track your learning
  3. Codes that you can manupulate to boost your learning confidence
  4. Hands-on projects, that will help you to clear each concepts


Pranjal Bhatt

The course readings were logically arranged and structured. The modules and lessons made logical sense and built upon prior understanding.

Mayank Bisht

I enjoyed how flexible the course was since it let me progress at my own pace.


I was able to revise concepts as many times as necessary because to the on-demand arrangement, and having lifetime access to the course materials was a great advantage.


I really enjoyed how practical the HTML training was. The course not only covered the theory of HTML but also included plenty of useful tasks and assignments that let me put what I learned into practice.


What is HTML used for?

HTML is used to create the structure of web pages that are displayed on the World Wide Web (www). It contains Tags and Attributes that are used to design the web pages. Also, we can link multiple pages using Hyperlinks.

Is HTML frontend or backend?

It’s used to develop the front part of any website.

Is HTML really worth learning now?

A basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and the principles that they introduce to web development is still useful, even if we are creating a website using a content management system like WordPress or a no-code website builder like Webflow.

Is there any need to change the web browsers to support HTML5?

No, alomst all the browsers support HTML5.