HTML basics [4/14]
In the first tasks you got acquainted with the training tools, and now we are starting to get to know HTML.
HTML language consists of tags. Tags are the bricks every web page is built of.
Every tag is surrounded by angle brackets
<>, for example,
Some tags can be paired and some can be unpaired (single). Every paired tag consists of two parts – an opening tag and a closing tag. The closing tag uses symbol
/ to distinguish it from the start tag.
Here is an example of a paired tag:
As you see, the
<p> tag has a pair – a closing
Practice using the paired tags. Use them to mark the unformatted text in the editor and watch the results in the browser.
- Wrap every sentence after tag
ptag, making it a paragraph.
- Emphasize any single word using the tag
- Use the tag
strongon any single word.