# What is HTML?

# History

# Features


  • It is platform-independent.
  • It is free to use.
  • It is case-insensitive.
  • It is very easy to learn and use.


  • Dynamic web pages cannot be created using HTML
  • Does not have good security features.
  • It does not pass information to web pages.
  • All the browsers do not support all HTML tags.

# Why learn HTML?


# Conclusion

Thanks a lot for keeping calm and reading this.
You know what to do and how to proceed.
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