In web design, HTML tags give us an easy way to control the default styling for a particular element, without creating a unique class. For example, you can define the default styles for all H1 headings by editing the All H1 Headings tag. Adding a class with styles will override these default styles.

Link to tag-based style guide as featured in this lesson:
https://wfl.io/3mvI1kn

00:00 – Introduction
00:31 – Body (All pages)
02:44 – Headings
04:50 – Paragraphs
05:52 – Links
06:47 – Tag-based style guide
07:35 – Electroluminescent particles
07:56 – Recap

Learn more about HTML tags on Webflow University:
https://university.webflow.com/lesson/html-tags

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31 Comments

  1. I think that the jokes are really funny. but this video had a little too many! I would like it if there were less so I can focus on learning easier.

  2. thanks soooo much for all help and all teach deta
    but i have questions: why your vedeos dont have cub titel , because i am iranean and don’t know so much english and i see you vedeos more one rounds
    peles if can ok cub title for you vedeos
    thanks sooooooo much for help ❤️

  3. I'm getting much more value from this crash course than I did the 2021 portfolio course for one simple reason. He's going slower as he demonstrates things so I can actually see, and mentally process, what it is he's doing. Bravo! And as always, the humor is greatly appreciated. 🙂

  4. Great a style guide I can use just like I do on figma.
    Thanks for this will help a lot on speed and control as its amazing how quickly things get all mixed up and confusing.
    Tip Tip Marks!
    PS password on page to stop search engines sucking it in, great.

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