Html code is what people use to create websites. Html coding for websites is made up of many different tags that all do different things. Here are 15.
<!DOCTYPE> The doctype tag is a required preamble and if it is not used the website browser will render it wrong.
<p> </p> This tag allows you to create a paragraph that people looking at your page will actually be able to see.
<body> </body> This tag starts the body of the website and ends the body. The body is where everything will be typed.
<bgcolor> This tag is used inside of the same brackets as the body tag. It determines the background color of your website.
<title> </title> This tag is used to signify when you can and can't type your title in.
<img src> You use this tag to add in a picture or gif.
<ol> </ol> You make an ordered list using this tag.
<ul> <ul> You use this tag to create and unordered list.
<!--...--> You can insert a note to yourself that won't show up on your web page using this tag.
<h1> to <h6> These define where your headings are.
<br> </br> This creates a line break between two sections of your website.
<html> <html> Starts and ends your website.
<b> </b> Bold text.
<u> </u> Underlined text.
<i> </i> Italicized text.
<li> </li> Creates a list.
<table> </table> Creates a table.