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HTML5, 2nd Edition by Matthew David

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HTML5 Tag Structure

The core to all web design is Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the code that sits behind every web page and allows users to create stunning web sites. Today’s web sites can do amazing things. Can you imagine not being able to use solutions such as Google’s Gmail, Microsoft’s Bing, or view content on YouTube? Web sites have moved from static pages to complex applications. The core HTML language requires more and more functionality to meet our needs. To this end, a new standard has been introduced—HMTL5.

Where HTML Code Can Be Found

Not sure how to find HTML? It can be located on any web page by right-clicking your mouse and selecting View Page Source, as shown in Figure 1.1.

How the HTML code is presented will depend ...

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