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Putting one element inside
another is called “nesting”
When we put one element inside another element, we
call that nesting . We say, “the <p> element is nested
inside the <body> element.” At this point, you've
already seen lots of elements nested inside other
elements. You've put a <body> element inside an
<html> element, a <p> element inside a <body>
element, a <q> element inside a <p> element, and
so on. You've also put a <head> element inside the
<html> element, and a <title> element inside the
<head> . That's the way HTML pages get constructed.
The more you learn about HTML, the more
important having this nesting in your brain becomes.
But no worries before long you'll naturally think
about elements this way.
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