11/09/2012

BASIC HTML CODE STRUCTURE


HTML stands for Hypertext Mark-up Language and is the program language used to create web pages. To create a web page you basically type the information you want then use tags to enhance the text, create links, or insert images. Tags are letters or words between two brackets, like this: < tag >. Tags are not case sensitive. However, if you make tags all caps are easier to see when you are trying to edit your code. There is a whole bunch of different tags and in order to program in HTML.



 STRUCTURE OF HTML CODE IN A WEB PAGE


< HTML>
< HEAD >
< TITLE >
< /TITLE >
< /HEAD >
< BOADY >
< /BOADY >
< /HTML >



                  The following basic HTML code structures must be on each page. Remember a tag have a beginning and an ending. [Example: < HTML > < /HTML >]

< HTML > < /HTML >: Indicates the beginning and ending of an HTML file.
< HEAD > < /HEAD >: Contains information about the contents of the web page.
< TITLE > < /TITLE >: Title of web page show up in the title bar of the web browser.
< BODY > < /BODY >: Containing contents of web page.

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