Basic Markup

HTML uses a system of markup or tags which denote blocks of web content such as paragraphs, images, and links. An HTML block contains two main sections: a head and a body.

Add Content

Web editors automatically add a doctype section which tells your browser which web standards your html pages conform to. Below, an html page after a title, an image, and some paragraphs have been added.

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Add Styling To The Head Section

By adding a style block in the head section of your html page, you can use a kind of scripting called CSS (cascading style sheet). This allows you to customize the look of each of your html blocks.

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Color Style Guide

Sample Projects