In book, "The Agony and Ecstasy", I read that Michael Angelo dug up graves in order to study human anatomy in all its gory manifestation. He used to hold internal organs in his bare hands. He came up with masterpieces.
The same is true for any skill, here HTML. I do not recommend you exhume dead to come up with good web pages, but it is necessary that you understand them inside out. You should know what tag does exactly what, how, and how it can be manipulated to do what you want to do.
We had concluded previous section with all pervasive tag: . This tag informs reader (a browser or a word-processor, or anything that reads HTML) that file being considered is a web page.
Let's see what step 4 has in store.
== Step 4: ==
Within tags, insert another tag so that your lines look like:
Within head tag, we store all information that we want browser to read first before proceeding to read rest of stuff, for instance, title of page, information about author, meta tags (some of meta tags causes your page to be found when user tries to find a page like yours, through his/her preferred search engine or directory, for instance, "Description" and "Keywords" meta tags), etc. For time being, we'll have just Title tag here, as right now we are in no hurry to be found by all and sundry.
Although it is not within scope of this article to tutor you on how to be search engine friendly, it is recommended you choose words of your title after careful scrutiny. Try to include in it words that you think surfer might type at search engine prompt. The search engine guys recommend that if it is your company page, then put name of your company there.