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Body Structure

The body of an HTML document will include all the content information that you will be visually offering your audience. As you can tell from the shell, the BODY is left empty at this point, demonstrating only the available space for this information. One of your first jobs after creating the shell is to add BODY information such as the following:

  • Text— The textual content of your site is placed in the BODY, using appropriate formatting to be readable and visually accessible for those who visit your page.

  • Images— Whether using a header graphic to define a site's purpose, a photograph to enhance the text content, or a set of navigation buttons, images are an important part of what goes into the BODY of a document.

  • Links— The heart and soul of the Web, links allow people to navigate your site as well as leave your site for Web destinations beyond. Links always go in the BODY of a page.

  • Multimedia and special programmed events— Shockwave, Flash, Java Applets, even inline video is managed by code placed in the BODY of an HTML document.


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