What are most essential tags in HTML CBSE CLASS VI 2017

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What are most essential tags in HTML? CBSE CLASS VI- 2017

What are most essential tags in HTML without which HTML code won run in browser.


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There are four sets of HTML tags that form the basic structure needed for every HTML file:
1) <html></html>
2)<head></head>
3)<title></title>
4)<body></body>
description of each tag is given below:
<html> </html>
This basically defines the document as web page. It also identifies the beginning and end of the HTML document. All other tags must fall between the html tags.
<head> </head>
The header contains information about the document that will not appear on the actual page, such as the title of the document, the author etc.
<title> </title>
The title tag defines the title that will appear in the title bar of your web browser. The title must appear between the head tags.
<body> </body>
The body tags contain all the information and other visible content on the page. All your images, links and plain text must go between the <body> and </body> tags.


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