HTML Wizardry: Headings and Lists

The Daily Post

Tim Berners-Lee, often referred to as the father of the internet, first used HTML back in the 80s. The first public mention of HTML was in 1991.

As writers and bloggers we strive to create meaning, to attempt to share the ideas we have with others. HyperText Markup Language, or HTML for short, is the standard language used to create the pages we see on the web. In addition to creating web pages, HTML offers what’s known as a semantic structure — including headings, paragraphs, lists, links, quotes, and more — and you can use these elements to ascribe meaning to different parts of your posts.

Why might you want to learn and use a bit of HTML? Coding is a fantastic skill to have and building your coding skills will improve not only the look, but the structure of what you write — making it easier for…

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