HTML is basically written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags enclosed in angle brackets.
(For example <html>)
HTML tags most commonly come in pairs like <h1> and </h1>,where <h1> called opening tag (Start tag) and </h1> called closing tag (End tag).
Each and every tag consists of a separate tag name, followed by a list of tag attributes (if necessary),
HTML tags are not case sensitive i.e. <HTML> is same as <html>.
There are two kinds of tags.
Provide specific instructions on how to display the text they enclose.
<b>: Makes the text bold.
<big>: Makes the text usually one size bigger than what’s around it.
<i>: Makes text italic.
But nowadays, CSS replaces physical tags.
Logical tags are designed to describe (to the browser) the enclosed text’s meaning.
By placing text in between these tags you are telling the browser thatthe text in between these tags has some greater importance. By default all browsers make the text appear bold when in between the <strong>and </strong> tags.
Some of the other important tags are
The <br> tag forces a line break wherever you place it. It is similar to single spacing(new line) in a document.
<p> Programming <br> Tute </p>
The <hr> element is used for horizontal rules that act as dividers between sections.
<hr width="100%" align="left">