HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. Whichever is the Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), it is not a programming language. The reason it is called the markup language is that it consists of a number of markup tags, and the work of the markup tag is to indicate how different elements are displayed on a web page, the content of a web page is the image, the text, Video, Audio etc.
Why HTML is Required:
Since HTML constitutes the main framework of a web page. Therefore, there is no alternative to HTML to learn web design and development.
History of HTML:
European scientist Tim Bernas-Lee, who was a computer specialist in Europe's Particle Physics Laboratory in 1989, researched the web and created the web.
After that, he began to study HTML in 1990, the primary purpose of creating HTML was to exchange information from the scientific research into various parts of the world at the earliest times, and within that time he was working on creating HTML languages. Do it.
In the same way, HTML was developed by the Mosaic browser developed by NCSA.
Moreover, the director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the caretaker of the non-profit public welfare organization and the World Wide Web. The first developed HTML3.2 was released by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), published in the year of 1997 and the end of the same year, HTML4.2 and the latest version of HTML & HTML5 were published by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) in 2010.