Tuesday, 1 April 2014


Tag is a fundamental component of the structure of a text document. Some examples of tags are heads, tables, paragraphs and list. There is a starting and a closing tag. To
Make a closing tag just add a "/" to the starting tag. Most, but not all tags have a closing tag. Thinking to the browser, or better yet giving it instruction. What you have
Just told the browser (more or less) is that this is the start of a HTML document (<HTML>) and this is the end of a HTML document (</Html>).

What is HTML Tag?
The HTML tag tells your browser that the file contains HTML coded information. The file extension .html also indicates that this is
 An HTML document and must be used accordingly.

Tag is:  <HTML>........ . .</html>

What is HEAD Tag?
The head tag identifies the first part of your HTML-coded document that contains the title. The title is shown as part of your browser's window.

The Tag is:

What is TITLE Tag?
The title tag contains your document title and identifies it’s contain in a global context. The title is typically display in the title bar of the browser window, and not inside
The window itself. The title is also one that is display on someone's hot list or bookmark list. This is precisely why you should choose something descriptive, unique and
Relatively short. A title is also used to identify your pages for search engines. Generally, you should keep your limited to a maximum of 64 characters.

The TAG is : < TITLE >.......   . </TITLE>

The second and largest part of your HTML document is the body, which contains the content of your document (displayed within the text area of your browser window).

META tags are HEAD element that record all information about the page with encoding, character , author, copyright and keywords. META tags can also be used to give information
To the server such as the expiration date, refresh interval and PICS rating for the page. PICS is platform for internet content Selection, provides a method for assigning
Rating (like movie rating) to Web pages.

very common use for the <META> tag is to include keyword that search engine will store to help people find your page. For example, if you want to connect the keywords
Vacation, Sun and Austria, to your Web page. You would do that with a name value pair by setting the NAME attribute to keyword and the contain attribute to vacation, sun, Austria like this:

<META NMAE ="Keyword" CONTENT="vacation, MON, Austria">

You can also specify the language for the tag, such as the following U.S English, British English and French version:
<META NAME ="keyword" LANG="en-us" CONTENT="holyday, MON, Austria">

<META NAME ="keyword" LANG="fr" CONTENT="vacation, India, MALESIYA">

Here's a popular way to use the HTTP header, called client pull. In this case, you can instruct a browser to keep refreshing your page every few second by creating an HTTP
Refresh header with the HTTP-EQUIV attribute. In the following code, i instruct the web browser to refresh the page every five second:

Another popular use for <META> is to override the browser's caching system by using  the  expires value to give a time when the page expires. Browser must not cache the requested
Page beyond the date given. Here is an example:

In this case, event can be Page-Enter, Page-Exit, Site-Enter or Site-Exit second is the transition time is seconds and transition is an integer from 0 to 23 that represent a transition effect.

You can also use REPLY-To to give an email address that user can reply to if they want to get in touch with you HERE is an example:
<META HTTP-EEQUIT="REPLY-TO" CONTENT="effectsjust@gmail.com'>

The <META> element should be used to include information about the page's author’s, a description of the page, and copy right notice. Here's how that might look:

        <META NAME="COPYRIGHT" CONTENT="Copyright 2014 by all right">