|Terms to know from this lesson|
|White space: Any combination of spaces, tabs, and
carriage returns in the HTML code, which are collectively rendered as one space by the browser|
</HTML> tags: Enclose all of the HTML code making up your page (excepting only the
<!DOCTYPE> tag, to be covered later).
</HEAD> tags: Enclose the "head" portion of the document, which contains the TITLE, search keywords, and other data not displayed as part of your actual page.
</TITLE> tags: Enclose the "title" of your document, which displays in the title bar of your browser and is also used as the title of your page when saved as a bookmark. No other tags of any kind can appear between these tags, only text.
</BODY> tags: Enclose the actual "Web page" (the part appearing in your browser's main window). All of your actual visible page content
must be contained between these tags.
<BR> ("break") tag: Inserts a carriage return in the displayed content
</B> ("bold") tags: Enclose text to be displayed in bold.
</I> ("italic") tags: Enclose text to be displayed in italics.
</H2>, etc. ("heading") tags: Enclose text to be displayed and interpreted as
a heading. The smaller the number, the larger the heading. These tags will also add a blank line before and after
|Attribute: An attribute modifies a tag or gives more information about the contents of the tag. Attributes always appear in the opening tag and always in the form |
The quotes are required!
ALIGN attribute: Controls the placement of text or graphic enclosed or
inserted by its parent tag