#Code "The Digital Kind"
You give someone that has nothing to talk about something to talk about just by being in their presence. Let's talk about <>code</> then. We'll start with HTML. HTML code is most commonly referred to as tags. The majority of tags have both an opening and a closing tag. <html></html>
HTML code is most commonly referred to as tags. The majority of tags have both an opening tag and a corresponding closing tag. Every HTML file begins with this opening tag:
Every HTML file ends with the corresponding closing tag:
Notice the / in the closing tag? All closing tags must have this slash. You know why? Because it's a closing tag, that's why. Below the opening html tag come the opening and closing head tags:
The head tag doesn't have any affect on what appears on the web page, it's job is to hold certain other types of tags, one being the title tag:
<title>My First Webpage</title>
Ah, look at that, there's some text between the opening and closing title tags, this is where the title of a web page is entered, it will appear in the browser's title bar: