The < and > symbols are called angle brackets.
In HTML these angle brackets show where the formatting tags begin and end.
The operation of converting a stream bytes into characters
that the user can understand.
This is done by the WC3. With each new version
of html, the World Wide Web Consortium will suggest that some of the tags
from older versions no longer be used. The idea here is that the tags will
be dropped from the standard in the future in favor of the newer tags that
do a better job. If you stop and think a moment, you can see that the older
tags will never be completely removed. There are too many commercial sites
that use the older tags for the tag removal to take place.
An element is really just another word for a tag. Instead of just an opening or
closing tag; however, an element is only considered complete when you consider the
open tag, closing tag, and the content that is held between them.
A server is a computer program that allows you to run
internet documents, chat rooms, and like services that
everyone seems to like so much.
The title bar is a part of your web browser. It is the uppermost bar that will
display the brand of the browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera, etc...)
and the name of the web page that is being held within the TITLE tags of the
web page's source code.