Pls guys help me out in my quest to learn html
<html> <head>Saan<title>Economics</title></head> If a firm has patent right for a number of <b>Years</b>, at least within that<br></br> Time,competion is <i>legally</i> <del>absent</del> and so monopoly power is Established. <p><Bold>BRANDING OF GOODS</Bold> Brand names like <b>Fanta, Guinness, Philips, Sony </b> etc., have created monopoly power for some firms.</p></body> </html>
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I think you forget to start body tag after </head>.
You should see it in a web browser and you can feel good about some of your work showing there. There are a lot of improvements to make. Some of these were mentioned by other answers but I'll try to be comprehensive: - Missing <body> start tag. - "Saan" can not be directly in the head. You probably want it part of your title. - Bold tag doesn't exist. You mean "b" like <b>. - <br> is ok but </br> is weird. br is an empty tag name meaning it is part of a small groups of tags that end themselves. meta, link, img and hr are a couple more empty tags. If you want 2 line break elements, write them as <br><br> and if you want one, just use a single <br>. - Indentation should get fixed so it is easier to see correct tag order and start/end tag balancing. - Use an HTML validator to be sure your HTML is valid. One is at: https://validator.w3.org/nu/#textarea where you copy/paste your HTML and hit "Check". Here is what I get from applying all improvements I could think of: <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <title>Saan Economics</title> </head> <body> <p> If a firm has patent right for a number of <b>Years</b>, at least within that<br> Time,competion is <i>legally</i> <del>absent</del> and so monopoly power is Established. </p> <p> <b>BRANDING OF GOODS</b> Brand names like <b>Fanta, Guinness, Philips, Sony </b> etc., have created monopoly power for some firms. </p> </body> </html>
If you want tips, first of all your formatting is quite bad. Add some indentations. Otherwise, for beginning in HTML. Not half bad.
From where do you get this <Bold> tag I have never seen it before ??? Is it supporting in html5 I don't think so. Firstly clear it or clear it. we use b and strong tag to make font bold