In this tutorial, we will add and style a title and subtitle to our homepage. For the demonstration site, we’re using Sammy’s name and Sammy’s professional title, but you can add any content here that you like. For this content, we’ll use the
<h1> heading element, the
<p> paragraph element, and the
<em> emphasis element.
Paste the following highlighted code snippet after your profile
<img> element and before the closing
... <img src="https://html.sammy-codes.com/images/small-profile.jpeg" style="height:150px; border-radius: 50%; border: 10px solid #FEDE00; padding-top:80px;"> <h1>Sammy the Shark</h1> <p><em>Senior Selachimorpha at DigitalOcean</em></p> </div>
Make sure to change the text with your own information.
Save the file and reload it in the browser. You should receive something like this:
The elements used in this code snippet apply some light styling to our title and subtitle. However, we’ll need to add additional style values if we want the style of our title and subtitle to match the style of the demonstration site.
To make these modifications, we’ll add the
style attribute to these elements to set additional properties. Add the highlighted attributes to your
<p> elements as demonstrated in the following code snippet:
<h1 style="font-size:100px; color:white; margin:10px;">Sammy the Shark</h1> <p style="font-size:30px; color: white;"><em>Senior Selachimorpha at DigitalOcean</em></p>
Save your file and reload it in the browser. You should receive something like this:
These style properties adjust the font size to 30 pixels and change the font color to white. We have also added a margin of 10 pixels to the
You should now know how to add and style a title and subtitle to your webpage with HTML. In the next tutorial, we’ll learn how to create and link to an additional webpage on your website.
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This tutorial series will guide you through creating and further customizing this website using HTML, the standard markup language used to display documents in a web browser. No prior coding experience is necessary but we recommend you start at the beginning of the series if you wish to recreate the demonstration website.