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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Basic In Writing HTML

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In writing the HTML element to note is the opening tag, content elements, and a closing tag. Every start tag is always preceded with the symbol "<" and closed with the symbol ">". While the closing tag is always preceded with the symbol " </" and closed with the symbol "> ". The content elements can be written in a variety of attributes. Consider the following example of writing

Opening tag

Content element

Closing tag


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Except for the break line, the current version, break line using only the opening tag without a closing tag, authoring format is quite simple: <br/> . At blogger.com, facility type tag is valid for today.

We want to remind you to always close tags that you use. Like what is recommended by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) that the writing of the HTML tags should use the lowercase. Although it is known that HTML tags are not case sensitive.

There are other types of HTML element is an empty element. If the HTML element is not closed with a closing tag then this element is called empty elements. You can also write nested HTML elements on the other HTML elements.

Remember, too, each HTML document is always written with <html> and ends with </html> between them can be written a number of other HTML elements. We hope you understand this and remember this carefully.

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