By | April 29, 2013
Tags are elements of the HTML language. Almost every kind of tag has an opening symbol 
and a closing symbol. For example, the <HEAD> tag identifies the beginning of heading 
information. It also has a closing tag </HEAD>.

This element tells browsers that the file is a HTML document. Each HTML document starts 
with the tag <HTML>. This tag should be first thing in the document. It has an associate 
closing tag </HTML> which must be the last tag in the file.
The head contains important information about the document.


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.

  • <META>

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:

<META NAME=”author” CONTENT=”Nongjian Zhou”>

The description meta:

<META NAME=”description” CONTENT=”A very easy tutorial for HTML beginners”>

The keyword meta.
Note that always seperate Keywords with a comma:

<META NAME=”keyword” CONTENT=”html,tutorial,beginner,web design”>

The following example shows how these tags are coded:

<title>HTML For Beginners</title>                          
<meta name=”Author”                                              
content=”Nongjian Zhou”>                                       
<meta name=”Description”                                       
content=”A very easy tutorial for HTML beginners”>
<meta name=”Keywords”                                        
content=”html,tutorial,beginner,web design”>            

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.

  • <H#></H#>

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>:
<H1>Biggest text</H1>
<H6>smallest text</H6>

  • <P></P>

Paragraph tags (<P> opening tag and </P> closing tag) allow you to place a paragraph. For
<p>Basic Information</p>
*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:

<p>Welcome To<br> My Homepage!</p>

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:

<hr width=”450″ align=”right” size=”5″>

**&nbsp; You can add spaces in your text by using &nbsp;.

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>
<p>Basic Information</p>                            

Preformatted the text of the paragraph to exactly display what you typed in the Web 
For example:
Item Price quantity
A 34.99 23
B 25.95 13

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