Chapter 2Basics: The Anatomy of HTML5
Every HTML document is made from elements, and elements are represented by tags. Tags are a sequence of characters that mark where different parts of an element start and/or stops.
All tags begin with a left-facing angle bracket
<) and end with a right-facing angle bracket
>). Every element has a start
tag or opening tag, which
<, and is followed by the element name (or
an abbreviation of it). The element name may be followed by an attribute (or series of attributes) that describes how that instance of an element is supposed to behave. You can set an explicit value for an attribute with an = sign. Some attributes, however, are empty. If an empty attribute is present, the value is true. Let’s ...