I. Introduction to HTML
A. What is HTML?
B. Purpose of HTML
C. HTML’s role in web development

II. Basic HTML Structure
A. HTML Document Structure
B. Head and Body Sections
C. HTML Elements and Tags

III. HTML Document Structure
A. <!DOCTYPE> Declaration
B. <html> Element
C. <head> Section
D. <title> Element
E. <meta> Element
F. <link> Element
G. <script> Element
H. <style> Element

IV. Text Formatting
A. Headings <h1> to <h6>
B. Paragraphs <p>
C. Line Breaks <br>
D. Horizontal Rules <hr>
E. Text Styling <em> <strong> <u>
F. Lists <ul>, <ol> <li>

V. Links and Anchors
A. Creating Hyperlinks <a>
B. Linking to External Websites
C. Linking to Other Pages in Your Site
D. Anchors and Internal Links

VI. Images
A. Inserting Images <img>
B. Image Attributes (src, alt)
C. Image Formats (JPEG, PNG, GIF)

VII. Forms and Input
A. Creating Forms <form>
B. Text Fields <input type=”text”>
C. Radio Buttons <input type=”radio”>
D. Checkboxes <input type=”checkbox”>
E. Dropdown Lists <select> <option>
F. Submit Buttons <input type=”submit”>

VIII. Tables
A. Creating Tables <table>
B. Table Rows and Cells <tr>, <th>, <td>
C. Table Headings <thead>, <th>
D. Table Borders and Styling

IX. Semantic HTML
A. Semantic Elements (e.g. <header>, <nav>, <article>
B. Importance of Semantics in SEO and Accessibility

X. HTML5 Features
A. New Elements (e.g. <video>, <audio>, <canvas>
B. Geolocation
C. Local Storage (Web Storage)

XI. HTML Validation
A. Importance of Valid 

XII. Best Practices and Tips
A. Writing Clean and Readable HTML
B. HTML Coding Standards
C. Responsive Design with HTML

Bottom line

HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, is the standard language used to create web pages
and web applications. It serves as the backbone of the World Wide Web, allowing you to structure
content on the internet.

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