Developing Web Pages Using HTML HTML version

Letting a Browser know that a file is a web page.
The <HTML> tag tells a Browser that a file is a formatted web page and not just a plain text
<! -- Anything here is a 'remark' and is not reproduced by a browser -->
The information that 'configures' your web page is placed in between the Head tags. This can
be META tags (for Search Engines) or, for more advanced page formatting, Javascript. This
information does not appear when the page is displayed by a Browser.
Title Tag
This defines what Title will appear on the coloured Title Bar at the top of your screen when a
page is displayed by your Browser.
Tip: It is also important as it is what appears in the 'Search Results' when someone does a
search in a Search Engine. The blue underlined text that is a Link appearing above the
short description covering different pages on the Search Results pages is exactly the
same as the text you place between the Title tags. So, give consideration to an accurate
and definitive title for each page.
<TITLE>Web Page Development</TITLE>
Museum-Tracker for your PDA and Phone
Your QuickFind guide to the Museums of England and Europe.
Make the most of your limited time during your European vacation.
Avoid disappointments, such as finding out about interesting exhibits on
the last day of your stay …
What is Museum-Tracker ?
It’s an eBook Directory giving you details of significant museums in
England and Europe. A travel guide to help you explore Europe's
scientific and cultural heritage.
What they exhibit, where they are and how to get there.
Museum-Tracker is for your PDA and Phone
Museum-Tracker can be used on all Palm and Pocket PC PDA
hand-helds, plus 3G (i-Mate, Internet enabled, i-Mode) phones.
© David Berghouse 2001- 2007