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HTML Tutorial - Tags and attributes
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HTML Tutorial - Tags and attributes

A browser read absolutely all you write in the HTML document. Tags have three parts as I said before, the opening, closing and content.

As you will learn there are hundreds of HTML tags. Absolutely all the elements that will be displayed by a browser need a tag or two.


Tags are written in small letters. This is the standard of writing in XHTML, and Dynamic HTML.

Above are some examples of tags in HTML.

<!--acts as a capsule on the content.-->

	<h2>Title (heading)< h2>
	<i>italic</ i>


Exceptions - tags that do not require closing tag

There are some tags that do not meet the model shown above.The reason is that in fact these tags do not have content. Due to this fact we will use a modified

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- Postby AddisonA at >>
2019-01-28 06:21:40
1. Engage in Part Time
At a small search on recruitment platforms, you'll find plenty of part time jobs, that is jobs where you have to work half-time.

2. Freelancing still in college.
Free professional, that is to work for you. It's not necessarily a business in the true sense of the word, but it can be considered a pre-business experience.

You are mostly alone and work on projects according to the services you can do.

The services you can offer can be from the simplest (eg write a small text about a particular service) to the most complex ones that you can think and work with a client for a much longer period.

The most common freelancing jobs are online marketing, but many more can be found. If you have no experience, I think you should do one.

Here I have written some examples of how to make money as a student not only in Lodra but also in other University Centers.

3. The Online Environment will always be a good source of income for a student.
If you are passionate about a particular domain, you can start a blog and write articles about what you like.
People are looking for niche blogs to the detriment of generalists. Niche blogs are those blogs that deal with a specific subject in detail. An example is this blog where you deal with the most detailed and educational topics related to financial education.
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