HTML – Beginner’s guide to Conclusion

HTML – Beginner’s guide to Conclusion


In the previously example has been introduced some new tags. We will try to give a definition of them, so that we can start in the next lesson, the real HTML TUTORIAL. The tags of which I was talking about are : <head>, <title>, <h2> and <p>.

The example in discussion:

HTML Code:

		<title>My page! </title>
		<p>Very soon I will make a page which is going to be so cool!</p>



This tag is immediately after <html> and is used to indicate to the browser, useful information like : page’s title , content ( used by the old searching engines) and many others


Is situated between <head> and </head>. This tag is the one who give to the page the name. The name will be showed in the browser, usually in the upper left side. In the previously example the title was ” My page !” and it will be showed as the browser’s title.


This is the title that appears in the page, before of the content and it will be bigger then the content’s character. <h2> means that is the second sized character between the other six already existent. <h1> is the biggest character and <h6> is the smallest.


Is the tag that marks the opening and the closing of an paragraph.So when you start a paragraph assure yourself that you used <p> in the beginning and </p> and in the end.


Keep learning – HTML Tutorial

Now that you have understood the base of the HTML labels and how these work, you can go on an start reading section HTML Tutorial. Here you will learn all the tags and the HTML attributes, how to use them and how to build a functional web page.


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