[TUTORIAL] Basic HTML Page Structure

In this tutorial, I will discuss basic HTML page structure and how its implemented or used in wapka. It maybe entertaining for newbies and seniors may call this tutorial not helpful. :) Let learn something new.
Well lets make a basic HTML page structure in codes and then I will describe each part of it with wapka usage. Following is the basic HTML page structure


1. <html>
2. <head>
3. <title></title>
4. </head>
5. <body>
6. </body>
7. </html>

Now lets learn line by line what I did above.
1. <html>
This is starting tag for HTML document. Without this tag your browser may not think about a HTML page. In wapka you don't have to write this tag. It is added for you.

2. <head>
This tag is used to describe our Head section of the HTML page. Its similar to the human head, i.e. all thinking is done in this part of the page. Whats your name and what you do is the example of this tag. In wapka you do not need to write this tag. This tag is already added for you, you can add content in between <head> and </head> tags in ES > GLOBAL SETTINGS > HEAD STYLE...... > textarea box.

3. <title></title>
Whatever you write in between these two tags, it will displayed to the user as page title. In wapka it can be set via ES > CHANGE TITLE page. :)

4. </head>
It just closes the tag used in line 2 above. According to w3 validation, you must close each and every tag in your HTML document. It already is added in wapka.

5. <body>
This tag is used to add content to display to the end users. All content added after this tags will be visible to the users. You don't need to use this tags in wapka, all content you will add in wapka will be added automatically after this tag.

6. </body>
This tag just closes the <body> tag, you don't need to add it as well. Its already added in wapka.

7. </html>
This tag closes the <html> tag. This tag is not required to be added. Its already added in your site.

Thats the end of this tutorial. I hope this will clear some bugs in your mind about HTML and wapka. Many users ask me to tell where is <head> tag and <where I should add <body> tag etc. This is the answer to their question.

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2 comments:

  1. Nice blog Very useful information is providing by ur blog. Great beginning html tutorials
    Very clear and helpful for beginners.

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