Jen Kramer explains proper use of the heading tags—h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, and h6—as well as the paragraph, or p, tag.
- [Instructor] The next thing we want to look at…are headings and paragraphs.…Headings and paragraphs are exactly what you think they are,…headings and paragraphs.…Use these in a similar way in your work to how you would use…these in Microsoft Word or other word processing programs.…So let's take a look at my sample document…and let's see how these were structured.…So if you open up the file called 1-3-sample.html,…this is a webpage I've already coded for you…and this has some examples in here…of headings and paragraphs.…
So I'm going to start by taking a look at this…inside of my web browser and this is the way…my fine webpage looks.…So once again,…it's not pretty because there is no CSS present here.…Other than the very basic sort of look…that the web browser is providing.…And as you see, we have a series of headings.…These are the things that are displayed here in bold…that's built into browsers.…They display headings in a bold font.…They also tend to reduce these in size…as you go through the document.…
So the very first line where it says, My Fine Website,…
- Working with head and body tags
- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
- Fixing HTML in MailChimp
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding HTML
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