Understanding the Basics
HTML also recognizes many characters that you don't see
on your keyboard. Plus, some of the characters you do see
are used as part of the language, such as "<"
and ">" so you need to use special character
codes for those.
You can view the full list by clicking
here and visiting Webmonkey's web site. This will open a
new window in your browser.
Don't worry about memorizing the list, just print or save
a copy for yourself to have on hand when you need to know
how to make quotes (") or ampersands (&) or
Now re-open your test page and add in the tags for HTML,
Head, Title, and Body. Don't forget to write both an open
and a close for each. Then, if you feel like you are
understanding things well, have some fun adding in headings,
paragraphs and line breaks or really get crazy and add some
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