HTML is the foundation of the web. HTML stands for “HyperText Markup Language” and is the language used to tell the web browser what information in your web pages is all about. In consequence, HTML makes it easy to define paragraphs, headers, images, links and other important data within your web pages.
If you’re building a house, you don’t start with painting. Instead, you grab the bricks and mortar you need to construct a strong foundation. In web development, HTML (HyperText Markup Language) serves a similar purpose to the bricks and mortar of a building. No matter how fancy your website or LMS course might be, you might need it to craft a sturdy underlying structure, or just facilitate the creation of your course materials.
Here we will explain what you need to know about the language before you start learning. We’ll also spotlight a few points where HTML knowledge comes in handy.
As current generation is almost entirely dependent on the internet and social media, it is everyone’s knowledge of how important it is to know the basics of this particular field. Even if someone is not planning on becoming a computer engineer or a web developer, they should understand at least the basic concepts of web development.
1. Embedding digital materials published on the Internet is much easier if you know the basics of HTML.
2. Copying or managing LMS pages and scenarios are simplified due to the knowledge of HTML basics.
3. Creating the navigation system of the course might be more effective.
4. HTML helps you to understand how to make things more accessible.
5. HTML helps you to collaborate more effectively with technical team.