HTML Tag HTML Tag

Having understood about many concepts related to HTML, you will start learning about the actual HTML starting with this tutorial. As tags are the building blocks for HTML, we will start teaching you about HTML tags one by one. The very first HTML tag you will learn about is the <html> tag.

<html> is the first tag which you will be using when creating any webpage. The role of this tag is very simple - It marks the starting and the end of your web page. This tag tells your browser from where the HTML webpage starts and where it ends.

How to use the <html> tag

<html>  // Starting of the HTML document        // Rest all the HTML tags are written here, inside the <html> tag.    </html> // Ending of the HTML document

Just by using the <html> starting and ending tags you mark the boundary of the HTML document or a webpage. All the other tags which are a part of HTML are written inside the <html> tag. No HTML tag should ever be written outside the <html> tag.

Using a browser if you open a webpage having only <html> start and end tag you will see nothing on the screen, only the white browser window. This is because <html> tag has no visual representation; it just defines the boundary of a webpage.

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