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Html-HELLO WORLD-OUR FIRST PAGE

Let us create our first web page with the HELLO WORLD phrase and after that the basic page structure will be discussed.

The steps goes like this.

  • OPEN THE TEXT EDITOR.
  • TYPE OR COPY AND PASTE THE FOLLOWING CODE.
  • SAVE THE FILE WITH THE NAME helloworld.html
<HTML>
<BODY>
HELLO WORLD
</BODY>
</HTML>
HTML HELLO WORLD
HELLO WORLD HTML CODING

Html-RUNNING HELLO WORLD PAGE

ONE SHOULD LEARN HTML IF:

  • Open the location of our saved “helloworld.html” file.
  • Double Click to run the file.
  •  The file will open in your default web browser.
  • The output will be as shown below.
HTML HELLO WORLD OUTPUT
HELLO WORLD OUTPUT

HTML-UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS OF TAGS

Let us now understand the coding of the page and learn how the html is parsed by the web browser.

The text written in between <> are called TAGS. The HTML works on the basis of TAGS.

As soon as any tag comes across, the browser takes it as a command to start that effect. The TAG is closed by </> notation.

e.g.

We started with <HTML>

and ended with </HTML>.

 

UNDERSTANDING THE TAGS OF THE hello world page

The HELLO WORLD page is very simple. As already discussed, there are two TAGS used in this page.
HTML and BODY.
<HTML> tag is the outermost tag of any HTML FILE. The content of the page starts from the <HTML> TAG AND ENDS AT </HTML> tag.
 
<BODY> tag contains the content of the page, the content which will be shown in the page is in the <BODY> TAG.
Rest of the tags are discussed in next lessons.
 

 

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