|The typical Web page is made with the following ordered elements:
- data on the standard properties of the document (DOCTYPE);
<head> .....</ head> , that is the header. Between the two page title and othe metatags - the instructions for the interpreter - that we will see later;
- TAG <body> ..... </ body>, That is, the page's body. in which one writes the page's contents
Note: HTML is the acronym for HyperText Markup Language. TAG indicates a character or sequence of characters that serves as field's marker, making it possible to search within a file or across different files
You can use a text editor and save the file as HTML (.html or .htm).Then you can open it with your browser. If you intend go ahead with programming your website, I suggest you try the software ADOBE DREAWEAVER version CS6.
EXAMPLE: after understanding the elements of the page,
- copy and paste all the text that is below into your editor, including data in green - comments that are ignored by the interpreter, (do not copy the table borders).
- save the file with the extension .htm
- and then open it with Internet Explorer or another browser.
<!--- these above elements are common to all pages with which you give the standard . HTML 5 --->
<!--- head = theiheader. Here - between the <head> and </ head> we will write many different elements. Now only the page's title and meta tag to determine the character set-->
<title>This is the title that appears in the browser when you open the page</title>
<!--- below, between the <body> and </ body> we will write the contents of the page body --->
This is the line of sample text that appears in the body write page