The most common use for HTML is in web development. It is a language that describes the structures of a web page. With this programming language, authors can publish online documents, retrieve online information, including audios and videos directly in the documents, design forms for conducting transactions with remote services, booking online, and so on. You can still build a complete website with HTML, other than displaying text, audio, or video, it… doesn’t do much more. Hence why incorporating other coding languages gives it a makeover, which would look and function like this website, or most other websites you’ve encountered.
With HTML5, you get an improved markup as it enables developers to use cleaner codes. Because of how widely used it is, HTML5 makes any website readable by developers familiar with the latest web programming languages. The new updates to this version also allow developers to use a lot of the rich media elements that weren't supported previously so fewer plugins are needed and the code can be shorter and more organized. The best feature that HTML5 offers is offline application cache, which loads the page the user has visited even if they are temporarily offline. This helps files load faster and reduce the load on servers.