The main element should have two paragraph elements as children.
<parent> <child>I am nested inside the parent element</child> </parent>
<main> is the tag for a main element,
<p> is the tag for a paragraph element. HTML works by wrapping text in these type of tags so that the browser understands what to do with it, for example:
<p>I am a paragraph of text. HTML works by wrapping text in these type of tags so that the browser understands what to do with it.</p>
By wrapping, I mean you put an opening tag at the start of the text (
<p>), and a closing tag at the end (
Thank you for reply me, I’m new to this so it’s hard for me to understand but thank you by the way.
It will get easier as you get used to the syntax (then it will get harder again…then easier…then harder and so on forever )
Hahaha, yeah it’s going to be a tough one to learn but thank you for telling me all of this stuff