This is an h1 header.

This is just ordinary text. There are no explicit line breaks in this text, so it will wrap to fit whatever width you have your browser window set to. If you resize your browser window, you should see this text rearrange to fit the new width.

This is preformatted text (with the <pre>...</pre> tags).
Preformatted text is great for displaying programs, but it's not going to wrap
to fit your window size.
What's more, it will be in a monospaced font.

This is an h2 header.

This is boldface. This is italic.

This is an h3 header.

Here we have an ordered list:

  1. Get up.
  2. Brush teeth.
  3. Drink coffee.

Here we have an unordered list:

This is an h4 header.

This isn't a header, it's just boldface.

Let's put those lists into a table:

Mornings: Evenings:

  1. Get up.
  2. Brush teeth.
  3. Drink coffee
  • Eat.
  • Sleep.
  • Watch TV.
This is a table of one row and one column. The only purpose of this table is to provide a colored background for some text.
This is an h5 header--it's pretty small.

Here's a link to the CIT597 Home Page, and here's a link to the h2 header on this same page (if your window is large enough that you can see both this link and the h2 header, clicking the link won't seem to do very much; make the window smaller and try it).

This is an h6 header, and it's just silly.

We need an image, right? How about Duke? Java mascot

Let's throw in a few entities, < > & ' ", and end this with an <hr> (horizontal rule).


You should use your browser's View -> Source command to compare what the browser shows you with what I actually wrote.