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== Step 1: ==
Create a separate directory where you are going to store your file(s).
== Step 2: ==
Open your favorite text editor. I would suggest for this first file, use NOTEPAD because it loads very fast, and no matter how many copies you open, it doesn't act fussy.
== Step 3: ==
Write these two lines first, as they are visible here:
Your entire web page is going to exist within confines of these two tags. I suggest you write closing tag as soon as you write opening tag so that later on, when there are too many tags, you don't get mixed up.
At this moment, you can save file in new directory you just created. Remember while saving, if you are using NotePad, that while writing name of file, for instance, firstpage.html, you have to enclose it within quotes in order to save it as an HTML page: "firstpage.html".
NOTE: Due to character per line limitations, some of HTML text may appear broken, but when you are typing in your text editor, press enter only when you have typed closing tag, for instance, .
In following two sections, you get to get your hands dirty with pure viscera of HTML.
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