You should now have a good grasp of how to use HTML to create a basic Web page. In fact, you learned everything you need to know to create your own fully functional Web pages. While you haven't done anything fancy, the elements and attributes you have worked with in this session are ones that you will use in virtually every Web page you create.
Take a break before moving on to the next session. If it is still morning, feel free to take an early lunch (or you can wait to take a late lunch after the next session). At minimum, get up for a stretch or to refocus your eyes on something other than this book or your monitor.
I'll see you back here a little later for the Saturday Mid-Day session, "Creating a More Advanced Page." You will learn to add more advanced features into your Web pages, such as META elements, inline images, inserting non-keyboard characters, and more.