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Posted 29 April 2017 - 06:19 AM
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Posted 21 September 2017 - 08:52 AM
I'm programming HTML for quite some years now, and I don't know the exact number of HTML tags (btw, what you call 'commands' are actually called 'tags'). The number is also constantly changing with any new HTML standard.
In the same way it would be silly to learn a new language by memorizing a dictionary of that language from A-Z, it would not be wise to learn HTML by learning all the tags. There are some frequently used tags, and those you'll get to know as you go. Start with a tutorial, then make your own page, and learn the HTML tags as you need them.
Btw, I would say this is applicable for any programming language
As pointed out before, w3schools is a really good reference for looking up HTML tags.
I also really like Mozilla's MDN site.
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