Describe HTML in one-two lines.
Ans: HyperText Markup Language is the formatting language used for building web pages by embedding tags and content in a structured manner.
On average, how many times a day you come across HTML language?
Ans: While surfing the internet I am sticking to HTML language, i.e., 8 to 10 hours a day.
How do you start and end up HTML code?
Ans: Using start tag & close tag- <html> </html>
List some HTML codes that lose the property of close tag with a start tag.
Ans: <img>, </br>
How do you create multicolored text in a webpage?
Ans: <font color=color></font> tag is used to font the webpage, and it can be used any no. of times.
Suppose you have applied list-style property on some paragraph (non- list element), what will happen?
Ans: It will be ignored.
Defines types of lists in HTML.
Ans: Ordered, unordered, definition, menu and directory list
Ans: Anchor tag <a> & </a>
What do you like the most about HTML?
Ans: It is possible to customize the thing in such a way that it looks attractive, and we feel good while writing codes in HTML. It can be embedded along with other things to bring out the desired output.
How many HTML Versions are there and brief about them?
HTML 1.0: It was the first version to be released, and not much was offered to do just simple text to put on the web.
HTML 2.0: It included a lot of core HTML features, and it was used until 1997.
HTML 3.0: Dave Raggett brings new functionality and features with HTML 3.0 which gives more independence to build your web page. Netspace introduced their property tags thus to tackle that HTML3.0 was released.
HTML 3.2: This version was introduced by the World Wide Web Consortium (in short W3C) which is later standardized and today also supported by all browsers.
HTML 4.0: Microsoft undertook the was evolution and support in their Internet Explorer (IE). HTML 4.0 was recommended by the W3C in December 1997, and CSS was introduced for styling the webpage.
HTML 5.0: HTML5 is designed for the web, both now and in the future was introduced especially to work with any type of devices like mobile, tablets, large monitors, etc.