All HTML tags have < > wrapped around them. Like, the tag <font> , it's the tag for displaying text. Sometimes it will look like this:
<font color="red">Then the need text goes here</font>
Tags also can have parameters, like the <font> tag will just display text, but the <font size="4" color="red"> will display the text like
Most Tags can also need closing.
The <font> tag need an ending tag "</font>" because if there's no ending, the browser will display the rest of the code as plain text on the webpage, but the <br> tag and some other ones do not.(The tag "<br>" is used for ending the line, like if you write "Hello, World!!" it will be just one line, but if you use <font>Hello <br>World!!!</font> it will display "World!!!" on the next line).
If a <tag> has parameters, they can be written in any order with one space between them.
<font color="green" size="2"> is equal to
<font size="2" color="green>
HTML page structure
Every html page has to have the following tags, :
<html> - begins and ends the webpage, tells the browser that the content after it is written in the HTML language.
<head> - contains important information about the webpage that is not displayed
<body> - contains the visible information on the webpage.
Sometimes you will see things like <!-- something -->,that means these are comments, they're not displayed on the wepage.
So here's the structure:
<!--this is the title for the website that you will see next to the adress bar-->
<!-- the visible content goes here -->
<font size="3" color="black">I just wrote on this website.<br>Take </font><font size="6" color="red"><b>THAT</b></font><font size="3">society!!!</font>
<!-- usually you do not have to set the color to black because it is the default color but I did it anyway. Notice that the <br> -->
<!-- tag doesn't have an ending -->
<!-- the visible content ended, the ending tag for the whole webpage follows -->
to view the page created using this code. You can also view the page source and you will see the same thing.
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