In this chapter, we have begun our journey into building web pages. Knowing the range of HTML tags available to you is crucial in writing well-formed HTML documents. These include header, footer, and section tags.
You should now feel comfortable taking a visual design or wireframe and converting this into the skeleton of an HTML document. We also looked at three common ways of styling a page layout with CSS. These involved the use of float-, flex-, and grid-based layout techniques. We then looked into what makes up the box model and used this knowledge to build the home and product pages of the video store.
In the next chapter, we will learn about the non-structural HTML elements used for content on a web page. We will then look into a number of common styling approaches to these elements using CSS.