Basic HTML elements
What Is HTML
It stands for Hyper Text Markup Language and it's what the web is founded on. Created by Tim Berners Lee at Cern in the 90s it is a structured way of writing things so that machines can read them as easily as humans. You've probably seen the syntaxt before and it becomes pretty easy to read if you know what to look for.
First Things First, The URL
Urls are kind of magic. They are the blood of the internet, without links and ways of sharing we would not have a community online. Urls have two basic structures.A url can be absolute:
https://facebook.com, or relative:
/blog/my-first-blog-post. Absolute URLS are what most people think of when they hear URL, but relative paths make up much of your life without you knowing it. Think of relative URLs like a file path. In Finder, you have your home folder (usually named your name so mine is
patrick). Inside that you have a Desktop folder and on your desktop you have a screenshot.png file. The relative