I forgot to add a few key terms in the first entry.
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language
Boilerpoint code is the minimum amount to successfully structure a webpage.
That’s it for now. Let’s get back to what we have learned…bitches.
There are six different types of HTML headings:
<h1> is used for the main headings such as titles. Everything else below <h1> or above given the ascending order “above” is for smaller sized headings.
If you wanted a headline on the front of a webpage that said Clown Ass Bitches you would put the following:
<h1>Clown Ass Bitches</h1>
If you want to add a paragraph you used the “paragraph element” <p>
The following is an example of how to use enter a paragraph to your webpage using a “paragraph element”
<p>Clown ass bitches piss me off. They look like clowns and their ass stinks like shit. I would like to take a baseball bat and beat them clown ass bitches in the ground. Fuck them. Fuck them in the ass hard. I will mess you up brah. Don’t fuck with me.</p>
Unordered lists are lists that are not ordered. For an example, if you make a list of people you want to kill – but put the names of the people in no specific order – it’s an unordered list. In HTML an unordered list outlines the list in individual bullet points. To use an unordered list in HTML you can use the <ul> element. To add individual bullet points use the <li> element or <li>item</li> An example can be seen below
Ordered lists are the opposite of unordered lists – they contain ascending numbers. To insert ordered lists you use the <ol> element followed by the <li> element. For an example:
To add a list to the webpage you are building you can add an anchor element called <a>. Then you need to add another anchor element called href – setting the value of href to the url of the webpage you are linking. For an example if you want to add Pornhub you can do the following:
<a href=”pornhub.com”>This is a link to Pornhub</a>
That’s all I feel like learning today. My eyes hurt. Peace bitches.