Hyper Text Markup Language, or simple HTML isn’t really a programming language, it is a web browser language used to create simple websites. HTML is the main markup language for web pages.
HTML is a set of markup symbols, inserted in a file, with the intent to display text and images into a web browser. The markup tells the browser how to display the text and images to the user. HTML elements are called tags and comes in pairs with symbols for staring and ending an element.
Probably the best point where to begin learning html is the w3schools site. You can use their online HTML editor for edit the HTML code and then click on a button to view the result (eg. the web pages that is generated by your code). You can also find a lots of examples on the internet.
Otherwise, our tutorials teaches you everything you need to know about HTML.
HTML was publicly mentioned for the first time by Tim Berners-Lee in late 1991 in a document called “HTML Tags”. It describes 20 elements comprising the initial, relatively simple design of HTML.
For writing HTML pages you will need just a simple text editor like notepad. The stucture of a simple HTML page is:
<title>The desired page title</title>
A lots of HTML tags.
Reference Source : Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.