Basic HTML Tutorial by Robert Frank, Team 358 HTML Structure

HTML pages always start with a DTD, or document type definition. … type of HTML you are using as well as what language the characters are in. …

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Basic HTML Tutorial by Robert Frank, Team 358 HTML Structure Basic HTML Tutorialby Robert Frank, Team 358 HTML Structure HTML, or hypertext markup language, is very simple to learn and very simple to use. HTML is used in mostmodern websites. HTML has two basic forms: Content of ‘name’ and After you learn the basic form of HTML, you are ready to do some HTML coding. And just so you know, thecapitalization of the name’s of the basic structure and the attributes does not matter, while the capitalization of thevalues and contents of them do.HTML pages always start with a DTD, or document type definition. This allows the web-browser to determine whattype of HTML you are using as well as what language the characters are in. The type of DTD that I wouldrecommend is: After the DTD, you would continue with the HTML tag, like so: … HTML pages are broken into two main sections: the HEAD and the BODY, both contained within the HTML tags.The head contains the title and sometimes meta tags. The body contains the main page that everyone sees. A typicalwebsite looks something like this: …… Page Title The title is the most important element of a quality web page. The title allows people to know what they are visitingand represents the page. When search engines add your website to their database, they add the title as what you seewhen searching for what you want. Page titles are very useful for letting your guests know just what is on youwebsite. There can only be one title per page, so only the first code read containing the title will be shown. In orderto add a title use the following code: this is the title Please note that this is one of the tags that will go within the HEAD tags. Here is an example of a web page: Simple Headings There are six different simple headings that can be used (H1 to H6). Many websites use headings. You can use thefollowing code to make headers.

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