Articles in HTML

HTML Structure - Layout
All Web pages use a rectangular structure. In other words, Web pages need to be designed using rectangles. So don’t think about trying to create circles, triangles or any other shape. You can create images if you want. All paragraphs, images and links are staying inside of a rectangle, whether it ...
HTML Structure - Tags
HTML is a language. Languages have rules and exceptions to those rules. Therefore, HTML also has exceptions. For example, HTML has opening and closing tags. However, few tags do not require a closing tag. Instead, the exceptional tags require something different. Typical HTML tags look like this: &l...
The "a" Tag
“<a></a>” tags are used to create links. They do nothing by themselves and need to be modified by the “href” attribute. As with any tag, you can use other attributes. “href” is the essential one. You specify a URL for the link to point to. For example, href=”http://geeksare...
What is HTML in Non-Technical Terms?
HTML is the main piece to the Web puzzle which all Web sites are made of. Without HTML, a Web site would not exist. A new standard is available called xHTML but I won't talk about that here. HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language because HTML is used to market the text on a Web page so we can giv...