HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is used in the creation of web pages and other types of documents viewable in a browser. HTML is an international standard whose specifications are maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium. Although the HTML5 specification still technically under development, it's considered a "living standard," and is essentially an always-current version of the HTML specification.
Documentation about HTML
- Introduction to HTML
- The page provides basic information on syntax and semantics of an HTML page (document). This will provide basic information required to develop HTML documents
- HTML element reference
- Get details about each element supported by different browsers.
- HTML attributes list
- See all attributes and what elements they are associated with.
- Learn about the new HTML5 APIs and elements along with their support.
- Bad copy-pasting habits
- Web technologies are very often learned by viewing sources of other pages and copy-pasting. However, this often means that bad habits perpetuate.
- Drawing Graphics with Canvas
- A new HTML element for programmable graphics.
<canvas> can be used for rendering graphs, UI elements, and other custom graphics on the client.
- Tips for Authoring Fast-loading HTML Pages
- An optimized web page not only provides for a more responsive site for your visitors, but also reduces the load on your web servers and internet connection.
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