Conclusion & Review
A few new tags were introduced in the last lesson. We will now give you a definition
of these new tags to get you ready for starting the real HTML Tutorial.
The new tags were: <head>,
<title>, <h2>, and <p>.
The HTML Code in Question:
<title>My Own Webpage!</title>
<h2>Welcome to my webpage</h2>
<p>Coming soon will be my completed webpage that will wow and impress you!</p>
This comes immediately following <html> and is used to tell the
browser useful information, such as: the title of your page, the topic of your
webpage ( used on old search engines ) and more.
This tag must comes between <head> & </head> and will label the
web browser's title bar, which is located in the top left of most browsers. In
the previous example, we titled the page "My Own Webpage!" and that text would
show up as the browser's title.
This is a header tag. It will create a "header" that is much larger
than the default font size. The "h2" means that it is the 2nd largest header. The
largest header is "h1" and the smallest header is "h6". Headers should be used
for titles, just like the ones you see on this page.
This is a paragraph tag. So when you're writing a paragraph
make sure you place <p> at the beginning of the paragraph and </p> at the end!
Continue Your Learning - HTML Tutorial
Now that you have attained a basic understanding for how HTML works, please continue on to our HTML tutorial
section. Here you will learn all the basic HTML tags and attributes required to make a usable web site.
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