To start writing HTML code, you must always open with the <HTML> tag. The first line of code should always be <HTML>. The last line of code should be the closing </HTML> tag. There are two parts to every site - the <HEAD> and the <BODY>.
The header is used to declare the title of the page, styles, and scripts. Although the header is optional, it is still used worldwide. Coding a header is <HEAD>text</HEAD>.
<TITLE>text</TITLE> is used to give your site a title. In this website, the title is "Creation."
<SCRIPT></SCRIPT> and <STYLE></STYLE> will be explained later on in this site.
The body is where the rest of the code goes. There are modifiers for the <BODY> tag.
the BGCOLOR= modifier changes the background color of the page. This site uses #000000 (black in hex) as the background color.
the TEXT= modifier changes the foreground (text) color of the page. This site uses #FFFFFF (white in hex) as the text color.
There are three modifiers for hyperlinks: LINK=, VLINK=, and ALINK=. This changes the color of hyperlinks. This site uses #C0C0C0 (silver) for links, visited links (VLINK=) and active links (ALINK=).