WDI Fundamentals Unit 3
The building blocks of HTML. Consists of a start tag, content, and end tag.
Heading Elements are used for important text — like page titles — that describe content that comes after it. They range in order from the largest (
h1) to the smallest (
<h1>This would make a big headline</h1>
Paragraph Elements use one of the most common tags in HTML. They indicate blocks of text.
<p>This would add a block of text to a page</p>
Anchor Elements create links. In order to make a working link, we need to add more information to the anchor tag using an (
href) attribute that detemines the link's destination.
<a href="http://www.generalassemb.ly"> This would make this whole sentence a link to General Assembly's home page.</a>
HTML syntax used to create elements. They use angle bracket bookends (
< >) to tell a web browser how to present content.
<h1> (largest size) through
<h6> (smallest size) titles the content that follows it.
<p> tags indicate blocks of text.
<a> tags create links.
In order to organize tags properly, start with a set of structural elements called the HTML boilerplate. It should look like this:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> </body> </html>