Sabtu, 13 Desember 2008

About HTML

HTML is short for Hyper Text Markup Language.

This page contains a brief description of how HTML does the magic it does. All HTML tags (commands) are enclosed with < > brackets, it is these brackets that make the tag invisible when your page is viewed. Your web browser reads the command in the tags and renders that to your web page until that tag is closed.

We will refer to opening and closing tags throughout this book. The opening tag is the one that generates a command for the browser to read. For example, all the text following this tag <b>would appear bold, until a closing tag is entered into the coding. The closing tab is made by placing a / in the tag </b>.

Note: not all HTML tag tags require closing tags </>. They are very few, but they will be pointed out as we proceed through the book.

HTML tags are NOT case sensitive. So <html> is read the same as <HTML>. Although due to some changes being proposed for the future I would recommend using the lower case format. But remember, image filenames and web page urls are case sensitive. So when including them in an HTML tag be sure they are written exactly as they appear in the address bar.

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