In this tutorial i will talk about Viewport Meta Tag. How Viewport Meta Tag Make Website Responsive.
Without a viewport meta tag, mobile devices render pages at typical desktop screen widths and then scale the pages down, making them difficult to read. Setting the viewport meta tag lets you control the width and scaling of the viewport so that it's sized correctly on all devices.
The browser's viewport is the area of the window in which web content can be seen. This is often not the same size as the rendered page, in which case the browser provides scrollbars for the user to scroll around and access all the content.
Narrow screen devices (e.g. mobiles) render pages in a virtual window or viewport, which is usually wider than the screen, and then shrink the rendered result down so it can all be seen at once. Users can then pan and zoom to see different areas of the page. For example, if a mobile screen has a width of 640px, pages might be rendered with a virtual viewport of 980px, and then it will be shrunk down to fit into the 640px space.
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HTML tags are keywords used in HTML to display web-pages with certain properties. They are further used for defining HTML elements. An HTML element consists of a starting tag, some content, and an ending tag. The web browser reads the HTML document from top to bottom, left to right. Each HTML tag defines a new property that helps in rendering the website.
The ‘<>’ brackets contain an HTML tag. There are two types of HTML tags- empty tags or singleton tags and container tags. Singleton tags or empty tags do not contain any content such as an image or a paragraph and hence do not need to be closed, whereas container tags should be closed.
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