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HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. It is a language of World Wide Web. The first web page was created at CERN by Tim Berners-Lee on August 6, 1991. You can visit and browse the first website and first web page at the address.
HTML has many versions since it inceptions during 1990’s. HTML version are HTML, HTML+, HTML 2.0, HTML 3.2, HTML 4.0 and the latest version HTML5.
In HTML, Tag notify the browser that this can be a HTML document. Tag consider all other HTML elements.

<                             =    Open delimeter
>                             =    Closing delimeter
<html>                     =    Opening tag
</html>                   =    closing tag
<html>...</html>    =    Paired tag
<br>                         =    Break tag
<hr>                         =    horizontal Line
<img>                  =    Image Tag 
<html>                     =    Opening tag
</html>                   =    Closing tag
<p></p>                   =    Paragraph Tag
<h1>..-<h6>             =    Heading Tags
An HTML element is everything from starting to the ending of HTML tags. For example, <p> This is an HTML Element</p>, in this example, from starting tag to ending tag everything is HTML element and “This is an HTML Element” is Element Content.
HTML attribute adds additional information to the HTML Elements. For example, <font size=”5” color=”blue”>, here size and color are html attributes.
Hyperlinks are used to navigate to new document with the help of text, links, image or with group of words. Ex : <a href=""> FTL </a>.
WWW stands for World Wide Web. It is the inter-connection of all the links called as internet.
There are many common lists which are used to design a page.

Ordered list
Unordered list
Menu list
Directory list
Definition list
Image map facilitates you link many different web pages using a single image. You can define shapes in images that you want to make part of an image mapping.
Yes. To create a multicolor text on a web page you can use <font color ="blue"> </font> for the specific texts you want to color.