Meaning of HTML
What is HTML:
The acronym HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language which means "hypertext markup languages", is based on a markup language to create documents that can be distributed over the Internet.
The HTML language can be created and edited with any basic text editor with knowledge of the codes that make up the language. However, writing an HTML document is very simple, it consists of an outer mark (tag), between less than and greater than signs (), which function as text format commands, forms, links, images, among others. .
In the header, the title and other parameters are included and, in the body, the text is included, likewise, the color of the letters, images, among other features can be included through the labels or marks.
Hypertext markup is used to link parts of the document with other documents, to create this link it is necessary to use the anchor tag together with the href attribute, which will indicate the URL to which the link points. Browsers or browsers identify the tags and present the page as it is formed.
See also URL.
The HTML language was created by the European Organization for Nuclear Research in 1945 in order to create a storage system that was connected by means of hyperlinks. In 1991, the North American Tim Berners-Lee was the first to propose 22 components of the HTML language.
The design in HTML must correctly comply with the language and the standards or specifications of W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), although in some it is governed by other regulations such as Spain with the UNE 139803 Standard.