<!DOCTYPE html> <html> Hi bubby <strong> Hello Genius strong> </strong> </html>
What is your question?
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Now, like zainabrawat says, what is your question?
Hey thanks for your reply,
if i compile above code, the output is "Hello Genius strong>
but if i place less than sign(<) at front of strong like this "<-strong" output is "Hello Genius"
why its not compiling "< strong" in output?
remove this part
and you should be left with
<strong> Hello Genius </strong>
my question is not in code but if i compile with less than sign its not providing output but if i compile with greater than sign its compiled.
Such that "< strong" its does not shows in output. (without spaces in between < and strong)
but if "strong>", it shows in output
why this differences,
You open tags like this
<head> you close tags like
</head> . strong> displays because it hasn't got an opening tag to it.
<head wont display because thats how you open a tag normally.
But all tags should open like
<h1> and end like </h1>
so html follows through open tag and if we put open tag its considering as code.
If we really needed to insert like "< strong"(without spaces) how to do it?
Why do you need to have a < before it? could you not just write strong? if you don't want it to be read as code.
You could do something like this but I would NOT reccomend it ever.
<strong> <strong Hello Genius strong </strong>