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Commonly Used Elements Edit
Here are some commonly used elements for structuring, styling, and scripting to give you a basic overview of what to expect from HTML:
- A "dividing" element after which there exists a line break.
- An element that can go inside another element to style single words or parts without breaking the flow of the text.
- A way to style text using CSS.
- The body tag is where you put the elements that you want to show in the actual webpage. Think about it this way: the "head" tag preconceives what the body will look like. What you see is the body, not the mind.
- The head tag commonly includes meta, title, and link tags.
- Without this tag, the HTML documents will either throw errors or will not parse.
- External and internal links are created with this tag.
- This is the "paragraph" tag.
- This tag creates italics.
- This tag creates bold.
- This creates line breaks.