Learn HTML & CSS in hindi & urdu language step by step easy tutorial for beginner , in this video i will teach you how you can start designing website or web page using very popular web language html yes if you are a computer student and you are learning coding like c language c++ & java and you also want to learn web programming language html then this easy tutorial will help you to start html coding so that you can start you html & css coding at home this video cover following topics :

1. What is HTML ? Full form of html & use of html language ? 3:32
2. how to create html file ? 12:15
3. what are tags in html ? different types of tags explained with practical example ?
4.how to create form in html ? 33:27
5.what is css ? full form of css & how to apply css ? 48:29
6.what is inline css explained with an example ? 51:03
7.what internal css explained with example ? 55:00
8.what is external css ? 1:00:12
9. difference between inline vs internal vs external css in hindi ?
10. how to create table in html ?
11.what is tr td tag in html ?
12. difference between tr & td
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HTML or Hypertext Markup Language is the basic language used in the creation of web pages. Hypertext refers to text stored in electronic format that can be cross-linked, and markup language refers to a set of instructions for displaying information. When HTML was initially developed in the early 1990s, web pages consisted primarily of text and the first version of HTML was primarily concerned with displaying text. However, HTML has evolved over the years and now HTML can instruct the browser not only how to display text information but such component parts of a web page as: graphics, multimedia, scripts, etc.

In the early days of web design there were no standardized rules for HTML, and different browsers would display web pages differently. In addition, Netscape and Explorer, the two most popular web browsers at the time, started creating their own versions of HTML, meaning that a web page designed for Netscape might not display properly in Explorer, and visa versa. To resolve these problems, the World Wide Web Consortium was founded in 1994. Its goal is to set standards that all those involved in web site creation could follow, and that would be displayed similarly no matter which browser was used. The World Wide Web Consortium was instrumental in creating and updating HTML versions, as web pages grew more sophisticated. HTML versions have changed with the times, starting with HTML 2.0 in 1995 (there was no HTML 1.0 designation even though HTML had been in use for several years before HTML 2.0) to the most current version in production: HTML 5.0

Another key development that impacted HTML was the creation of XML, or Extensible Markup Language, which is basically a standard for the creation of Markup Languages, stricter than the standards followed by HTML. To create a version of HMTL to conform to XML standards, the World Wide Web Consortium developed XHTML, which is basically HTML with stricter guidelines.

HTML is a series of text instructions that instruct a web browser how to display a web page, as mentioned above, and therefore a web page can theoretically be designed with a text editor, such as Notepad or Word. However, in practice it is common to use software designed specifically for web page creation, such as Dreamweaver. With this software it is possible in theory to design an advanced website without any familiarity with HTML.

The basic building block of HTML is the tag. A tag is a command used to tell a browser how to display a part of the web page. A tag consists of a word or phrase enclosed in brackets. While there are literally hundreds of tags, every webpage will generally include the following: html, head, title and body. In addition, most web pages will include at least one paragraph, or p tag.
Some other common tags include:
Heading
Heading tags display text in large bold letters, with the size ranging from 1 to 6, with 1 being the largest.

li

List Item

A list item. Can be combined with the ol or ul tag for an ordered or unordered list.

b

Bold

Displays text enclosed within in bold lettering.

i

Italic

Displays text enclosed with in italic lettering.

img

Image

Used as a stand alone tag to display an image inside a web page.

a

Anchor

Use to create hyperlinks to other web pages within the same site or on other sites.

br

Break

Creates a line break without a space, unlike the paragraph tag.

div

Division

A generic tag used for formatting with style sheets.

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