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Basic HTML Structure

To properly define an HTML file, we must place <head> and <body> elements within the root <html> element.

The <head> tag contains supporting information about the file, commonly referred to as metadata. There must also be a <title> tag (providing the webpage with a title).

It must be placed underneath the <head> element. Links to Javascript scripts and CSS stylesheets may also be included in the <head> element.

Although, in most cases, it is advised to place the Javascript linking (<script src="file.js"> <script>) just before the closing </body> of the HTML file so the web browser can render the page faster.

The primary material of an HTML file is contained in the <body> element. This is the element that contains the data displayed by your web browser.

Inside an HTML file, there can only be one <body> element, and the majority of the HTML you write will be contained within this element.

This file’s <body> element has a high-level header (<h1>) and a paragraph. (<p>).

Let us look at a simple pictorial structure.

I know all these may sound like Hullabaloos to you, but it gets a lot easier in a practical sense. Then let’s run the code from the picture earlier and see what the browser shows.

<!DOCTYPE html> 
    <title>A Basic Web Page
    <h1>My First HTML File</h1> <p>Congratulations! You're learning to code from Agba Akin.</p> 



You will notice that it is just a white page with text, and it doesn’t look like these fine websites you typically visit; yes, that’s where CSS comes in. What we have done above with HTML is more or less an introduction, as I assumed everyone taking this course is a beginner.

Let’s Learn about HTML Metadata; This will help you understand most tags primarily used in an HTML file’s <head> section.

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