HTML5 Foundations Free ePUB by Daniel Foreman

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HTML5 Foundations Free ePUB by Daniel Foreman
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Daniel Foreman
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HTML5 Foundations Free ePUB by Daniel Foreman

HTML stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language, it was invented in 1993 by Tim Berners-Lee it was invented by CERN (makers of the large hadron collider) so that scientists could easily link between documents, allowing them to cite sources, research and other works written by the author. Today HTML is used for pretty much the same reason, the google search engine is written in HTML and using it’s Hyperlink ability (the blue links you click on) it will lead you to many other pages.

Since the original HTML was release, it has become the standard for writing for the web. It has gone through five major revisions, and is the single most important language to understand if you want to do anything on the internet.

HTML5 Foundations will teach you everything you need to know so that you too can interact with a huge community of web designers, developers, and other professionals.

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