HTML Basics :

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 <b>bold</b> text.

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



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