This time, let's learn about the div tag.
The div tag is often used when creating layers. I use it when I write html code and I have the effect with CSS.
It is also used for layout. Header, container, content, footer and so on.
I know it is hard to know by now, but just remember those things, and figure out together later on. Let's take a look at the layout.
I am header
I am content1
I am content2
I am content3
I am footer
Create the above layout using the div tag.
However, the above layout is not created with the div tag alone. You should use something called a stylesheet.
The source of the low-level layout is shown below.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8" /> <title>div</title> </head> <body> <div> <div> <p>I am header</p> </div><!-- header --> <div> <div> <div> <p>I am content1</p> </div><!-- content1 --> <div> <p>I am content2</p> </div><!-- content2 --> <div> <p>I am content3</p> </div><!-- content3 --> </div> <div> <p>right</p> </div> </div><!-- container --> <div> <p >I am footer</p> </div><!-- footer --> </div> </body> </html>
There is only a div tag and a p tag. If you apply a style sheet there, you can do it like that.
I forgot to explain the p tag. ^^
You could think of the p tag as a text-writing tag. As I know, the word p is a abbreviation of paragraph.
If you have text that you'd like to bundle into one, <p> Hello </p>
So let's finish the html course and learn the style sheet.