Here are some basics: < Script > starts the script 'Script' ('Script' is not an actual script).
< / Script > ends the script 'Script'.
Here are some scripts to use when coding:
1. p = paragraph / text body. [this is the paragraph on this page.]
2. h# (Ex. h1) = Header. ['Learning HTML is Easy', is the h1 on this page.]
3. title = The text on the window tab. ['Learn HTML' is this pages title.]
4. u = underlined
5. i = italic
Also, you must have these scripts before you do those scripts:
Then put the three scripts however you want, but note: the scripts !DOCTYPE, html, head, and body, must be in that order! You must also end the script, so do these scripts in this exact order (with the arrows < / script > )
You don't need to do !DOCTYPE html though!
I hope this was a good lesson! Learning HTML for websites! Make sure to save this file in a new folder, and this file saved as .HTML! Also, HTML stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language incase you need that bit of information.Earn free bitcoin