|Client-side, browser organizes markup||Client-side, browser visualizes design|
|Hyper Text Markup Language describes the various components of a web document.||Cascading Style Sheets stylize the elements in a web document.|
pageOne.html or page_one.html or page01.html
Empty tags do not require a closing tags.
Block elements - h1, h2..., div, p, ol, ul, pre, address, blockquote, form, table
Block level elements always start on a new line and take up the full width available.
Inline elements - strong, span, em, img
Inline elements do not start a new line and only take up as much width as necessary.
<img src="photo.jpg" alt="landscape" />
<!-- My comment -->
<ul> <li>Item 1</li> <li>Item 2</li> </ul>
Anchor tag - a
<a href="http://www.link.html" target="_blank">Link</a>
Newish syntax features of HTML5 include <video>, <audio> and <canvas> elements, as well as the integration of scalable vector graphics (SVG) content. These features are designed to more easily include multimedia and graphic content without the use of plugins.
Stable HTML5 was released in 2014 and HTML 5.1 2016, so use it.
SEO process of improving a websites' ranking in search engines.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" /> <meta name="title" lang="en" content="Project Title" /> <meta name="creator" lang="en" content="Your Name" /> <meta name="subject" lang="en" content="Topic" /> <meta name="description" lang="en" content="Description." /> <meta name="keywords" content="keyword 1, keyword 2" /> <meta name="viewport" content="user-scalable=no, width=device-width" /> </head>
Google page rank determines your website's authority by the number of other websites that link to your website.
Page Ranking Checker
The best way to increase your page rank is for other "popular" websites to link to your website.
Search engines pay close attention to the <title> tag as they categorize your website. Use this opportunity to think critically about its contents.
Search engines also use heading tags (h1 - h6) to determine what a page is about and what content is most important.
Content writers often bold, italicize, or emphasize a few important words in paragraph text to help search engines to determine which keywords are most relevant.
The number of required clicks to get to a page from the homepage. Pages that are available in one click are deemed more important than those that are nearly hidden and require more than 3 clicks to reach.