MDN has a great reference of all the HTML tags used on the web. Here's some HTML tags you'll probably use a lot:
There are a bunch of things that make up a web page aside from the actual document content itself. Stuff like:
Generally speaking, metadata goes in the
and page content goes in the
When you use anything other that
static (the default value for position),
you'll be able to use the properties
left to adjust your elements position, but
how it is positioned depends on what value you set position to:
Positions based on the content; cannot be adjusted and it's the default value for position for all elements (you probably don't need to know that, but can use it to sound cool at parties).
Positions with respect to the browser window (useful for sticky headers and stuff). Use with caution because it will probably cover text!
Positions relative to where it normally is.
"Absolute children have relative parents!" An absolute child element will be positioned
relative to it's parent (the one that has