HTML and CSS Reference
you've just written
your first HTML!
They might have looked like fridge
magnets, but you were really marking up
your text with HTML. Only, as you know,
we usually refer to the magnets as tags .
Check out the markup below and compare it to
your magnets on the previous page.
<h1> Starbuzz Coffee Beverages </h1>
The <h2> an d </h2> tags
go around a subheading.
Think of an <h2> heading
as a subhead ing of an <h1>
<h2> House Blend, $1.49 </h2>
<p> A smooth, mild blend of coffees from Mexico, Bolivia
and Guatemala. </p>
<h2> Mocha Cafe Latte, $2.35 </h2>
<p> Espresso, steamed milk and chocolate syrup. </p>
<h2> Cappuccino, $1.89 </h2>
<p> A mixture of espresso, steamed milk and foam. </p>
<h2> Chai Tea, $1.85 </h2>
<p> A spicy drink made with black tea, spices, milk and