HyperText Markup Language -a markup language designed for the creation of web pages with hypertext and other

information to be displayed in a web browser.

-Combined text and extra information about the text. The extra information is about the text structure or presentation, is expressed using markup , which is intermingled with the primary text.

-the best-known markup language in modern use is the HTML.

-A resource on the world wide web, usually in HTML/XHTML format with hypertext links to enable navigation from one page or section to another.

-varying filename can be used , such as .htm, .html or .php to name a few.
-web page soften use graphic files to provide illustration. A web page is displayed using a web browser .

A user interface paradigm for displaying documents, Which according to an early definition (Nelson 1970), ³ branch or perform on request´. -The most frequently discussed form of hypertext document contains automated cross-reference to other documents called Hypertext.

A software applications that enables a user to display and interact with text, images and other information. It allows users to quickly and easily access information provided on webpages at many websites by traversing these links.

Example browser are: ‡Internet Explorer ‡Mozilla Firefox ‡Google Chrome ‡Safari ‡Opera


A string of characters conforming to a standardized format , which refers to a Example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniform_Resource_Lo cator

1.Structural Markup (format) - Describes the purpose of text. Example: <h2>golf</h2> 

the browser to render ³golf´ as a secondlevel heading.

2.Presentation Markup Describe the appearance of the text regardless of its function. Example: <b>boldface</b> <i>italic</i>

3.Hypertext Markup -Links part of the document to the other documents. Example: <a href =³http://wikipedia.org´</a>




<p align=³left´>

This is a paragraph


value element attribute


This are defined with the h1 to h6 tags . <h1>defines the largest heading <h6>defines the smallest heading


Paragraphs Paragraphs are define with the <p> tag.


The <br> tag is used when you want to end the line , but don¶t want to end a new paragraph.


This are the notes in the html but are not shown in the browser.


You can use the <em>tag to emphasize a word.


Navigation from page to page and website to website is done through hyperlinks defined by <a> tag.