Basics : Tags – HTML Tutorial

Basically, a computer sees an “A” as simply an “A” – whether it is bold, italic, big or small.

To tell the browser that an “A” should be bold we need to put a markup in front of the A.

Such a markup is called a Tag.

All HTML tags are enclosed in < and >.

Example: a piece of text as it appears on the screen.

This is an example of bold text.

HTML: the HTML for the above example:

This is an example of bold text.

As you can see, the start tag indicates that whatever follows should be written in bold. The corresponding end tag indicates that the browser should stop writing text in bold.

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