Step 4: Basic Structure of an HTML document
So all HTML documents have a structure similar to this...
<HTML>(Starting the html document)
<HEAD>(Starting the head tag)
</HEAD>(Ending the head tag)
<BODY>(Starting the body tag)
</BODY>(Ending the body tag)
</HTML>(Ending the html document)
NOTE : HTML tags are not case sensitive, this means that it does not matter if you write them with capitals or small letters...
Every HTML tag, has an opening and a closing tag, and any content between those tags, gives that content the property the tag commands...ex: <b>...</b> (This is to bold the text)
Some HTML tags have the opening and closing tag in the same tag...ex: <br /> (This is to break line)
Whatever is in the body tags, is directly shown on the webpage, and whatever there is in the head tags, they define and give information about the webpage that is not seen when you view the page on a web browser.