HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. It is the standard markup language used to create and design web pages.

No, HTML is not a programming language. It is a markup language used for structuring content on web pages. Learning HTML does not require prior programming knowledge.

You only need a basic text editor such as Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Mac) to write HTML code. However, there are also specialized HTML editors and integrated development environments (IDEs) available for more advanced users.

HTML is essential for creating the structure of web pages, but for a complete web development skillset, it’s recommended to also learn CSS for styling and layout, and JavaScript for adding interactivity and functionality to websites.

Yes, HTML supports the creation of interactive forms for gathering user input, such as text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, and dropdown menus. However, for more advanced form processing, you would typically use server-side scripting languages like PHP or JavaScript.