Whether you're a front end, back end or full stack developer, there's one language that everyone needs to master and that's HTML. HTML does two things. First, it defines the role each piece of content will have. Second, it generates the DOM or Document Object Model, which describes the structure of the page. HTML is so important to a website that if the DOM isn't coded correctly...none of the design or functionality of a site will work.
- Whether you're a front end, back end,…or full stack developer, there's one language…that everyone needs to master, and that's HTML.…HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language.…It describes the content and defines…the structure within a webpage.…Now, hypertext means that documents on the web…are not meant to be consumed in a linear fashion,…they're designed to be linked to other documents.…A front end developer has to understand…the relationship of the entire site,…and how documents relate to one another.…This is called information architecture,…and it involves how best to structure a site,…how a user is going to navigate,…and what type of access users need to other content.…
The second part of HTML is the markup language.…That's the set of tags that are added…to the text of a webpage to define its structure.…It has some really critical roles.…First, it defines the role each piece of content will have.…Some content will become the main headline,…while other content links in the navigation.…Some tags describe non-textual elements…
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