Open the text editor of your choice (such as Notepad++ or Sublime), and you can start editing with some simple HTML5 tags.
These examples will use HTML5.
Start with Simple HTML5 Tags
You can create a main heading as follows:
Because you used the <h1> tag, your browser will interpret this with large bold text, which is what you might expect for a main heading.
Conceptually, you use tags to structure your page, and your browser can default to a format, like the large bold text you see for a main heading.
A smaller heading could be edited as follows:
Note that there is an opening and closing tag.
If you wish to change the default formatting that your browser interprets, then you will need to learn CSS3 font styling. CSS is used to style the appearance of a web page.
A paragraph would be created as follows:
There are many more types of tags you can use. These were examples of marking up text. Note, the ‘ML’ in HTML stands for markup language.