How to Create a Simple websiteCreating a simple website
Ensure that the HTML language setting is correct so that the HTML tag reader knows how to handle your tag and how to colorcode it correctly. Colour encoding is common in web development to help you quickly browse the contents. Colour encoding is defined as dark grey for HTML tag, and HTML properties are named blue. When your HTML reader is open, you can copy and paste the following HTML5 into a new HTML page.
Contents that you want to show to your user. Let's break this page down line by line so you can see how HTML5 works. Above is a simple, straightforward website, but its design is important if you want to create your own pages. HTML tag you see on the above page will be used on every page of your own website.
DOCTYPE is the first line of the codes. The DOCTYPE is HTML5 compliant. Earlier HTML releases have different DOCTYPE characters, so you can only use this DOCTYPE if you are using HTML5. You will find that each of the HTML tokens has a final token. /tagname " is always the final day and must have a corresponding open day.
Or in other words, the "" is the opening HTML-tag, and it must have a concluding "" day for it to coincide. Unless you have correct opening and locking tagging, your pages may not be displayed correctly in your visitor's web browsers. Your header contains the header, however, as well as a link to your style and file names, and any JS file you use in your source file.
This example shows the heading day containing only the track. It is also a day that is opened and closed with the following tags: and . Place your text within the opening and concluding labels. We' ve inserted "Your web page title" into the tabs, and this is the contents displayed in the user's web page.
There should only be one cover day in your pages. Opening and concluding bodies are where all your contents are added. Pictures, text, video and sound are all added within the bodies within the text. This example displays the text "The contents you want to display your users" in the web browsers.
Several text tag options are available to help you style your contents. Text can be italicized, highlighted or underlined. Stylizing text using HTML is the right way to do it, but it's good for you to know how to manipulate text style with HTML. It may be that you need to modify someone else's HTML tag so it is good to know how to do this.
The or para is one of the most frequent text items. You can use the para tags to split your style between your contents. You can, for example, display a section in fat to distinguish it from other contents on the site. This can be done with the day (bold) or by using a style sheet with appropriate style sheets to mark the contents in font.
With the same example as above, the following example encases the text in a punctuation key. A further benefit of using the Paragraph Tags is that browers split parentheses like a normal documentsutomatically. If you break your text into sections, the web browsing engine will set spaces and line breaks in the contents as in a word processor program.
A few other popular text labels are , , and . It is also possible to use the day instead of the (bold) day. Each of the badges and indicates that important text should be in fat. Nested nesting of and to show greasy italic text.