There are three parts to HTML syntax: elements, attributes and values.
Elements consist of the content and the tag. The content is the text you're marking up, and the tag is what you're defining it as.
In the figure below, we're saying that "Code Snippets Academy" is the title for our webpage.
Attributes contain additional information pertaining to an element. The "for" in the figure below is an attribute of the tag "label."
Values are what the attributes take in as an argument. Some arguments are predefined values, while others may be something like a link to an external source. The value in the figure below is an external source linking to Google.
HTML elements may be embedded within one another. An element embedded the other is said to be the child of that element. Conversely, the element that encloses the other is said to be the parent.
Great start! Now let's set up an official HTML document.
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