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Introduction to HTML


HTML, HyperText Markup Language is a markup language that allows you to create internet documents that we can see from browsers (such as Internet Explorer, Netscape). The source of all pages on the Internet is HTML. HTML codes don't mean anything without a browser.

* HTML documents can be edited and edited with any text editor.htm, *.HTML, *.It is saved with extensions such as sHTML. For this, editors such as notepad, pico, wordpad are enough. In addition to these, there are programs such as Frontpage, Dreamweaver, Homesite that are prepared for this job and make it easier to code.

Each HTML document begins with and ends with. Commands that appear as <> are called tags. An HTML document consists of two main parts:. . .decoupage of the title located between the tag;. . .the Body Part is located between the labels. Decoupage A label is placed in the title section. the title appears at the top of our browser and is the title of the created page.


Turkish characters (ç, g, i,, ş, ö, ü) are added to the title section in order to make it look correct if the prepared page has Turkish content, the following meta tag is added.

after specifying the title with the title tag, the Title section is closed and the main part, the Body, is switched on. We put all the information we want to display on our page in the Body section.

When we want to see the HTML code of any web page, we click the right mouse button and select the view source option.

The text inside the tag that contains information about how a tag should behave is called a Variable. In the following example, the bgcolor expression inside the body tag is a variable and determines the background color. Most tags accept arguments on demand or as needed.

Double-sided labels can be intertwined, but it should be noted that the label that was opened last is closed first. Below is an example of incorrect and correct application.

This is a false example.

one-sided labels such as ,

it should be written in the form.

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