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New Tags for your Web Page!
So far we've covered things to use between the body tags, but what if I told you there is more to a page then the "html" and "body" tags? Would you be surprised? Would you fall to the floor with a mouth-frothing ceasure? Lets hope for the first and not the latter. So if you're prone to such medical conditions, and you don't think you'll be able to handle the surprise, please don't read any further.
We here at HTML Tutorial will not be held responsible for your medical bills or other re-embursments.
With that out of the way, let's continue.
Insert the following tags into your page between the first "html" tag and the first "body" tag:
Next, insert these tags between the "head" tags.
Inbetween those tags, type whatever you want to appear in the header bar for the page. (Look at the top of the window where it says "Let's get some new tags!". That is where your message will appear.)
That's it. Now, the "head" tags do have other uses, but the main one is putting the title in the header bar. We'll get into the other uses a little later.
Let's test your knowledge. First, create a web page with head tags included. Insert the title tags. Make a title for the page. Create a green background. Make your text orange. Type a short sentence and save it as "titled.html".
If it looks like this, then you did it right.
In the next lesson, we will work on transporting your viewers to other sites via: