HTML is not a programming language but a markup language. The markup language is an artificial language that contains explanations of how the text will be structured or formatted. The most popular example of this is HTML.
When Hypertext Markup Language is initialized, this markup language is named HTML. A program that works with HTML alone cannot be written. The basic requirement of this marking language is to perform different data such as text, image, video, and the pages that contain them, and to determine the rules for rendering the web pages created with HTML properly by the internet browsers software.
The HTML code is read by internet browsers and converted into a visual. In fact, we provide information about how web pages should be used by internet browsers. They read and interpret the HTML code that we have written to allow our web page to take shape.
The first release date of this marking language is HTML5, which is the most stable version of HTML in 1993, and is released in 2014 and is an indispensable scripting language for internet pages.
The HTML starts with the <html> tag, which basically means that it is primarily an html. Then, the information we want to bring to the browser in the tab header is written between the headers of the page, the icon of the site, and the information between the <head> </ head> tags. If you want to provide information to search engines, not just to the browser, the necessary arrangements should be made between these labels. What the browser will bring to us is the text, visual, audio, video and what happens to the web page and these parts are written into the <body> </ body labels. We enter information about the page content into these tags. Then, after all of these processes are finished with </ html> to close with this marking language is able to provide information to the browser properly.