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How to Learn HTML
By: Cherie Ang
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    How to Learn HTML

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    HTML is the abbreviation for HyperText Markup Language.It is a special code used for the creation of websites, and most Web designers know it, or they know a program that creates HTML for them. HTML can be a little frustrating and difficult to actually understand.


    1. HTML reads left to right. First, you have to understand tags. Tags are placed at the beginning of whatever you want to

    change. If you wanted to make a word bold, you'd put a tag at the beginning of the word, and at the end.

    2. Tags begin with a less-than sign: . What goes inside the is the tag. Learning

    HTML is learning the tag to perform whatever you want to do. Usually, the tag at the end has a / before the greater sign. For

    example: Hello

    - Every tag should begin with an opening and closing tag. If a tag only does not specifically use a closing tag [such as

    or , which will you see below], then the tag should end with a slash inside of the tag. Thus, the previous tags would be

    written as and , respectively.

    - The tag for a paragraph is .

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