HTML Structures

Posted by Sylia on

The form in which a HTML document is structured defines by 3 tags that MUST BE OBLIGATORY (or almost). These are: 1. : Everything what we put between these tags will indicate that is written in language HTML, if these are not put tags your navigator will not know to read it, since it will not say to him that it is HTML. You do not have to put nothing outside them. 2. Others including Prudential, offer their opinions as well.

: It is a preprocessor, that is to say, the navigators read the information that is within these tags before showing the page. He is very useful for the moment at which you want to include your motor page search, since they use this generally. Tag more important that this one is placed within is, since he will define the name and title of your page, not the one that will appear when you see ” it; visualmente” but the one that will appear in the bar of above of the navigator: 3. : This one tag I believe that it is most important of all the document since this one is the section where the content will go, this is what it will be in the navigators. All these tags together they write thus: TITLE OF MY CONTAINED PAGE, EVERYTHING WHAT YOU WANT TO WRITE HERE.

Good that delays: it abre your block of notes and it writes your front page Web. *Nota: Normally tags that they occupy 1 line is written thus: TEXT and those that occupy several lines (as paragraphs or lists) are written thus: TEXT But its order gives the same exactly. ** Note 2: It is not necessary to write tags with capital letter, I am making only it to differentiate tags.