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HOW TO LEARN HTML IN A DAY VOL.3
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HOW TO LEARN HTML IN A DAY VOL.3

As I said in the last piece, “HOW TO LEARN HTML IN A DAY, VOL. 2,” I told us what an HTML tag is and how to use it. In this piece, I’ll explain what the other tags are for and how to use them. Reading the first and second books on this same topic will be helpful. In the last piece, I didn’t go over some basic information that I’d like to go over before moving on to other HTML tags. Some HTML tags are almost the same as other tags, which makes it hard to tell them apart. Also, make sure you know how to spell the words and if they are Upper or Lower case.

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Nav tag: The nav tag can be used instead of a div tag because they are very similar. But the navigation bar is mostly used in the top of a website, which has sections for Home, About, Contact, and Services. It is used to identify an HTML document’s navigation section, which is made up of links that help users move around the site. It is a tag that has both an open tag and a close tag inside of it. In HTML code, it is written as nav> /nav>.

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Section tag: This is another tag that is similar to the div tag because each section tag is split up in the same way that div tags are. This tag tells the computer what the footer, header, and other parts of the text are. This tag is a semantic tag, which means that it tells the browser and the writer what it means. It can be put as section> /section> in the HTML code.

B tag: This tag is used to make the area to which it is attached bold, just like the CTRL+B function in Microsoft Word. It can be used when you want to get the attention of people who can see what the code is doing. It looks like this: b> /b>.

Em tag: This is a tag that makes a certain block of text stand out. The em> tag is an inline element that can be nested, and with each level of nesting, the focus gets stronger. This tag gets more attention than the tags around or next to it.

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Fieldset tag: A tag that lets us get related or grouped elements in a space, usually a form. This tag makes a block or a boundary around the related parts. fieldset> /fieldset> is how you write this tag.

Form tag: This is used to make a form or something similar for users to fill out. This tag has text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, and other types of input fields. The form is used to send information about users to a certain URL. All of the global attributes listed in the HTML attribute guide can be used with this tag. It looks like this: form> /form>.

Input tag: This tag is like a place where a user can type data. It can be used to specify where a user can type data. The input tag is used inside a form tag to let people type in information. Depending on the trait type, it can be in many different forms. It can be used for a page where people sign up or log in. input type=”” name=””> is how it is written. The type inside the style tells what kind of input it is, like text, a mark, or a radio button. The input tag for text can also be styled, and it can have a placeholder function like this: input type=”text” name=”” placeholder=”Enter your name”>. The placeholder function gives a hint about what the data is about. The word “name” wasn’t an input tag; it was a label tag. I’ll talk about that next.

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name tag: This is a tag that is used to give a name to something, usually the input tags. Without the label tag, the input tags might look dull because there is no label telling what to do inside the input tags. You can write it like this: section> /section>.

Q tag: The Q tag is used to give an area a quotation mark where it is used. It can be used instead of typing a code and adding quotes by hand. It looks like this: q> /q>.

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