HTML5 released in the year 2014 as a markup language by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It is enhanced HTML with multimedia support generally followed these days. It incorporated HTML 4, XHTML1, and DOM Level2 HTML.
HTML is used by 76.7% of all the websites. It means 76.6 percentage of websites use HTML as a markup language.
The HTML5 tutorial is prepared for students, engineers, and professionals. Beginning with the introduction, you will learn how to work with HTML Code Structure. With that, step-by-step lessons are provided covering basic as well as advanced HTML5 concepts, including the newly introduced tags such as article, aside, bdi, main, section, summary, etc.
Let’s begin withe HTML5 Introduction.