Monday, 26 August 2013

HTML Tags - Text

<p>
This defines a paragraph.

 <h1>....<h6>
These are used to define html headings.<h1> defines the most important heading and <h6> defines the least important heading.

<strong>
This
defines the most important text.
 <em>
This defines a emphasized text or italic text.
 
<abbr>
This defines an abbreviation or an acronym.

<acronym>
This defines an
acronym.
<address>
This defines the contact information of the document.Mostly they produce italic text with line breaks.

<bdo>
This means bi-directional override.It is used to
override the current text direction.
<blockquote>
This defines a section that is quoted from another source.

<cite>
This defines the title of a work.

<q>
This defines a short quotation.

<code>
This is a phrase tag which defines a piece of computer code.

<ins>
This tag defines a text that has been inserted
into a document.
<dfn>
This
is a phrase tag which defines a definition term. 
<del>
This
tag defines text that has been deleted from a document. 
<pre>
This tag defines preformatted text
.  
<kbd> 
This is a phrase tag which defines keyboard input
 <samp>
 This is a phrase tag which defines sample output from a computer program. 
<var>
This tag defines variables.
 
<br>
This tag inserts a single line break.


 
<html>
<head>
<body>
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the set of markup symbols or codes inserted in a file intended for display on a World Wide Web browser page.Each individual markup code is referred to as an element or called a tag .
Some simple things to remember

This a heading

This a heading

This a heading

This a heading

This a heading
This a heading
This is an important text This is an italic text WHO Go through thisASAP
Angel Mark for coderz have a nice journey with html
This text will go right-to-left.
where you find everything on Android,corona,html and more
html tutorials by Angel Mark coding playground. Angel Mark coding playground A piece of computer code My favorite color is blue red!
This is a preformatted text
</body> </head> </html>

No comments:

Post a Comment