My best friend Hana is creating a ‘Lip Dub’ for her Personal Project, as she also goes to Selwyn House.
Hana is displaying her research for her Personal Project through a Blogspot blog and she has kindly given me a shoutout on her blog!
Which of course is the reason for this blog post! I would really recommend Hana’s blog post as she has really come far in just a short period of time.
If you would like to visit Hana’s incredible blog click here.
The basic building blocks of an HTML file are ‘tags’. Tags define sections of the document and can include structure and styles.
Today I am going to be showing you how to set up your HTML page, I will also be showing you how to create a title for your website and a paragraph for your webpage.
Step 1: Create a ‘Textedit’ (or -Text File- on a windows computer) document
Step 2: Write <!DOCTYPE html>
Step 3: Underneath what you just wrote type <html> and </html>
Step 4: In Between the ‘html’ tags press the ‘enter’ key a few times. Then press ‘tab’ and write the following tags <head> and </head>
Step 5: In Between those tags press the ‘enter’ key a few times. Then write the following tags <title> and </title>
Step 6: Between the ‘title’ tags type the title of your website. This title will appear when someone searches up your website in an internet browser.
The body tag marks the part of the document that will appear in your web browser. In this example we will display a simple piece of text.
Step 7: Add the body tags as follows <body> and </body>.
Step 8: Add the paragraph tags in between the body tags, <p> and </p>. Between those paragraph tags type what you would like to appear on your web page.
<p>This is how you start a paragraph</p>