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Section B.4. The Minimal HTML Document

B.4. The Minimal HTML Document

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Simple HTML Document. Only the browser sees this title </TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<H1>Sample Heading -- You and I see this heading</H1>
					<P>This is a sample text representing a paragraph. It will ignore
spaces and keep on being one paragraph <P>This is another paragraph
</BODY>
</HTML>

B.4.1. Headings

Don't confuse these with <HEAD>, which is not visible to the end user. The heading is at the top of the Web document. Think “Headline.” There are six heading tags ordered by size: <H1> is the largest and <H6> the smallest. According to the original rules it isn't fair to pick and choose headings by appearance. <H1> is a primary heading <H2> a secondary heading, etc. Those who have been doing this a long time claim it is virtually impossible to distinguish between <H4>, <H5>, and <H6>.


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