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HTML tag

An HTML code that defines every structure on an HTML page, including the placement of text and images and hypertext links. HTML tags begin with the less-than (<) character and end with greater-than (>). These symbols are also called "angle brackets." See HTML.


HTML Tags
The HTML (bottom) is the coding for the text paragraphs on this early Web page. All HTML tags are wrapped in less-than and greater-than symbols. HTML Assistant Pro is an HTML editor from Exit 0 Digital Systems (www.exit0.com). See HTML editor.


HTML Tags
The HTML (bottom) is the coding for the text paragraphs on this early Web page. All HTML tags are wrapped in less-than and greater-than symbols. HTML Assistant Pro is an HTML editor from Exit 0 Digital Systems (www.exit0.com). See HTML editor.
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