There are typically two tags in an element in html. These are “<” and “>”. They define what you are doing. For example, “
” defines that you’re having a new paragraph start after that. Html language is a simple kind of language, and is used mainly to write websites and text blocks on the web. It can be written in many places, from word processors offline to the page itself.
It’s usually the code that people don’t see when they go to your site. Back to the tags. These elements allow you to start using different fonts and getting technologically involved with your site. If you want to have headers, “
” will give you the first heading. Changing the number changes how many headings you have, since it designates which heading.