The title tag is an important tag. It is used to display a title on the top of your browser window. Both the opening and the closing tags go between the head tags.
Another tag that can be added in the head is a <META> tag. It is used to help search engines index a page. There are several different meta names.
The author meta:
The description meta:
The keyword meta.
Note that always seperate Keywords with a comma:
The following example shows how these tags are coded:
The Body Tag is used to identify the start of the main portion of your webpage. Between
<BODY> </BODY> tags you will place all images, links, text, paragraphs, and forms. We
will explain each tag that is used within the body of the HTML file.
There are six levels of headings, numbered 1 through 6. These tags are used for the
characters in the outlines. The biggest heading is <H1> and smallest one is <H6>:
Paragraph tags (<P> opening tag and </P> closing tag) allow you to place a paragraph. For
*The </P> closing tag may be omitted
The defaulted position is left justification. You can also use “ALIGN” for justification:
<p ALIGN=”center”> Paragraph will be centered</p>
<p ALIGN=”left”> Paragraph will be left justified</p>
<p ALIGN=”right”>Paragraph will be right justified</p>
Ex : <CENTER></CENTER>
This kind of tags have capability of allowing you to center the text on the homepage.
<center><p> Paragraph will be centered</p></center>
This tag break whatever to be on the next line. The following is an example:
This tag adds a horizontal line or divider to your web site. An <HR> tag makes the following
The <hr> tag can be set as:
** You can add spaces in your text by using .
You can use this tag to format or remove a text by movinging both the left and right sides
of the paragraph.
<H1>Welcome To John’s Homepage!</H1>