<!DOCTYPE> <html> <head> <title>Biswas Playground</title> </head> <body> <p> Wher is the empty tag?</p> <hl>Its my Playground , I am the Boss</h1> <p>I am Debais Biswas, I am a business man but I love Computer.I play with code in codecademy</P> <p>I am not a student of Computer scince, from Chandpur in Bangladesh.</P> <p>I love HTML CSS codes , I will love all codes.</p> <p> There is no empty tag here.</p> </body> </html>
HTML is case sensitive when matching opentag with endtag.
HTML 4 permitted uppercase tags. XHTML changed all this to strictly lowercase. HTML5 came along and accepted HTML 4 syntax if XML compliance is not a requirement. So technically, uppercase tags MAY be okay, but best practice would dictate always using lowercase to match the commonality of the development community.
Also, take a look at your
!DOCTYPE as you haven't declared it correctly; and make sure your
h1 element has the correct syntax (Hint : the level 1 heading element is represented by the
<h1> tag, not
Thank you, I got it.
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