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The template has the main layout that each and every documents should be following, as well as a few additional features that help to administer the documents. This is the fundamental template. The template should be the point of departure for any HTML page you create.
The contents go here. Row 1 - This is a specific day at the top of the page that specifies what kind of source is used. Rows 2 and 12 - The HTML tags open and collapse the HTML file. All that is included is part of the original work.
Rows 3 and 7 - The header is defined by the headerags. Positions are additional pieces of information related to the documents. Row 4 - The Titel Tag specifies the name of the work. Rows 5 and 6 - The subtags are used to describe the work.
Rows 9 and 11 - The corpus contains the contents of the documents. The contents go here. First day on each page should always be that day. This should be at the top, before the HTML tag. You will find that, unlike the other tag, this one starts with an expression ( ! ).
From a technical point of view, it is not a day, but a guide for the browser on how to interprete the remainder of the work. In HTML 5 we call the HTML 5 html. There were different kinds of HTML for earlier releases, so it was important to specify which ones.
header of the html file is the place where the additional information is sent. It is information that refers to the documents but is not directly part of the documents. While there are many elements that can go here, the template above contains the fundamental elements that each page should have. Cover tags allow us to give the documents a cover.
Saving the page as a favorite will use the page name. Browsers use the heading when they want to include your page in their results. Others may use the headline when someone is linking to your page. In view of all the places where it is used, the cover day can be very important.
Searchengines usually show only the first 65 signs of the titles (a few signs more or less). Be anxious to limit your rank to less than this amount. Having a well-written headline can be an encouragement to more users to click on your page when it appears on your results pages.
The next thing we have in mind are the two tag metas for descriptions and catchwords. They are used by searchengines ( to different extents ) and can also be used by other schemes (e.g. if your site is connected to community links and other shared sites). It is used to give a short overview of what the page is about.
SEOs will usually place this under your heading in their results pages. Searchengines usually show only the first 155 signs of the specification (a few signs more or less). Again, a well-written descriptive text can help more users click on your site when it appears on your results pages.
A keyword may be a keyword that is used to describe a set of words that matches what the page is about. In the past, searching machines put emphasis on this part of your site, but it was misused to the point that it has very little importance now. However, you should still consider it for the sake of integrity and also because it is appreciated that some searching machines will flag you for not having it.
Your argument is that if you are idle and cannot be disturbed to insert this day, then you are probably also idle in other areas, so that the overall performance of your site, in your view, is lower. Here goes the real contents of your site. Usually, this information is all included in tagged information to indicate what kind of information it is.
The next section will show you what kind of tag can be used. Importantly, all the contents must be between opening and exiting the object's tag. When you copy the above template to your own and open it in a web browsing application, you will see a base page.
Browsers realize that there is some badly crafted HTML. Searchengines often view the qualtity of your codes as an indication of the qualtity of your contents. When you see HTML mistakes, it can affect your placement. Indicates that the file is an HTML-file.
html> Definitions the current HTML-file. To store additional information associated with the current file, use A folder. Contents A box to specify the name of the current work. Meeta> Creates information that describes the documents. Portable storage device A storage device for the contents of the documents. Every paper you type should begin with this fundamental template.
Now, we are playing around and creating our first page. Please copy the above template into your own files and open it in a web browser. Pay attention to where the track is shown. At the moment you will not see much, but it will become more useful if we continue to do so. Copy the documents and open them in your web navigator.
Below are a few things to try out: place contents in different places outside the bodies, omit or mistype different labels, duplicate labels, e.g. what happens if you have two or more bodies or titles? While we are working through this Tutorial, each section will introduce new tag information that will allow you to do more interesting things.
I suggest that you select a theme or a theme of interest for yourself and make a page about it. While working through each section, append and enhance the page with the new tag(s) you have learned.