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Part III. Advanced Authoring > Chapter 15 . Work with the Code - Pg. 198

198 Chapter 15 . Work with the Code The actual files that make up Web pages, the HTML code, are nothing more than plain text docu- ments. It's the browser that makes them special to look at and use. Most of the time, you will not need to actually see the HTML code that comprises a Web page--Office FrontPage 2003 does a pretty good job of authoring Web pages in the Design view. But to be really proficient in Web page creation, it doesn't hurt to dig into the code and experiment. In this chapter, you'll learn how to: · Implement the Code and Split views · Look up HTML tags · Edit tags in the Design view Using Code View The basic structure of HTML is simple: a passage of text surrounded by tags, which instruct the browser how to display that passage. For instance,