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Notes can be left for viewing in an HTML document. These notes are not visible in the web browser. To do this, the comment tag is used. The comment tag is a standalone tag, which means that this tag does not end. The comment starts with an exclamation mark. Exclamation mark is required after the opening bracket but not before the closing bracket.

<!----Hello, this is a comment---->




<title> My bag of jokes </title>



<!----I am starting off with my web site---->


Hello, this is My Jokes website. Now you will read some rib-tickling Jokes. These jokes are meant for people of all ages. Some of them are good, they will have you in splits.



This is how the Web Page looks


In this chapter you have learnt:

  • XHTML is an acronym for Extended Hypertext Markup Language.
  • XHTML is the language of web pages which helps in creating and designing a web page.
  • Every XHTML document has four tags; namely HTML, Head, Title, and Body.
  • The first and last tags in an XHTML document should always be the HTML tags.
  • In XHTML, all tags are written in lowercase. It does not support tags in uppercase.
  • The <TITLE> tag is contained within the <HEAD> tags. It contains the title of the document. Each document can have only one title.
  • The <BODY> tag contains the contents of a document.
  • The presentation attributes that were used in HTML are deprecated in XHTML. In XHTML, style sheets are used to employ all the attributes of <body> tag.


Review Questions

Question 1

What does the acronym XHTML mean?


Extended Hypertext Markup Language

Question 2

With which tag does the XHTML document begin and end?



Question 3

Which tag contains the content of the document?



Question 4

Which tag contains the title tag?



Question 5

Which tag is used to leave notes in an XHTML document?


Comment Tag

What's Next

The next chapter will acquaint you with the basic concepts of formatting. The chapter will further elucidate how to format text with the use of different formatting tags and the use of lists.

Hop over to the next chapter to get a close up on formatting.



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