HTML Formatter


What is HTML?
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It's the foundation of creating webpages, providing the structure and content that browsers can understand and display. Think of it as the skeleton of a webpage.
Here's a breakdown of what HTML does:

Defines the structure: HTML breaks down the webpage into sections like headings, paragraphs, lists, images, and more. It uses tags, written with angle brackets (&lt and &gt), to define these elements. For example, the tag &lth1&gt indicates a heading and &ltstrong&gt creates bold text.

Content without the bells and whistles: HTML focuses on the content itself, not how it looks. While you can specify some basic formatting like bold or italics, for visual design, HTML relies on Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

The building block for websites: Every webpage you see starts with HTML code. It provides the basic blueprint that browsers use to render the content and structure of the page.