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What are some basic HTML tags that I can use to build my website?
Here are a few basic HTML tags that may be helpful:
<p></p> – paragraph.
<h1></h1> to <h6></h6> – heading.
<br> – line break. Doesn't require content or a closing tag.
<b></b> – bold
<i></i> – italic
<u></u> – underlined
<a></a> – A link. The href attribute should be used to indicate the link's destination. Example:
<a href="http://www.dynadot.com">Link to Dynadot</a>
Please note the following:
– Don't forget to include a closing tag (e.g. <b>bold</b>)
– It is recommended to always use lowercase letters in tags.
For more information regarding HTML, check out the HTML section of our blog where we have a few posts that can help get you started!
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