I will come back my dear student on this lecture year we are going to be exploring heading right and
the heading tag is actually a little more than what I show you in the last lecture and I want to show
it to you and this one.
So what we're going to be doing is we're going to go to the blank that the e-mail and this is what we
are going to be doing all the time.
So blank the mail make sure that you are on that file and you can make sure right here on the right
on the top side right here.
And let's do a Save As and what I do with my keyboard shortcut is I do the command shift.
And remember for Windows users is control shift.
And that would do a same as on that page and I could call this page headings.
So remember that you can always go to file and do the same as right here.
So now that we have that document let's go ahead and name it.
Let's just name a headings right here on the title.
I'm going to show you what that title key is right here.
And if I go back you can see Tiger right here on top right.
So that's where that title of the page every page has to have a title of some kind.
And this will appear in the search engines.
All right so we have the title.
Now let's explore the heading.
All right so the first heading that we are going to be exploring and we've already seen this one is
the H-1 tag.
And this one you're going to call it heading one for your info.
So we already know that the browser is displaying this big tets right here right.
Refresh because it is already selecting my coeditor right here.
So if I click on it you can see those lines around it.
That's all it means.
All right so don't think that this is part of our HCM out page.
It's not this is.
This is just a coeditor.
So let's go ahead and do the next one.
So what I'm going to do is I'm going to do a copy with my keyboard shortcut command see or Control-C
and let's do a couple of times actually I press the command C again and I copy the empty space but less
dual command V or control V to do the pasting and I'm going to change this.
I'm going to show you that if we wanted to we can make an H2 tag also.
I'm going to grab this I'm going to push it all the way there so you know where you can see it.
I'm going to organize this a little bit in the way you do that with this coeditor in a lot of different
coiners is that you select a whole whatever you want to move around because we're going to move all
this at the same time to the left.
So hold your control key or your command key and type in and press that left and bracket the left bracket
and the bracket.
This one here close to the enter.
That's the left one.
And this is the right one right.
So when I say bracket square bracket that's the one that I mean select and you can move it to the right
to if you want.
All at the same time really cool feature right.
So we to change this to H2.
Let's change this to H-3.
Let's change this to H for actually.
That's H-3 also for page 4.
And I just want to show you the difference.
Let's use that.
Move it to the left for a little space there.
Make sure that this is five five six six save in command control.
And let's go to the browser and see what we have here.
There we go to make making smaller so you can see the difference.
There we go.
As you can see here the only difference here with this formatting is that the size changes.
So this is the H1 H2.
Three four five age six.
So this is how you format headings in HD.
Thank you so much for watching ON THE NEXT lecture we're going to discuss some more popular elements
that you should know about from HD.
Thank you and have a wonderful day.