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7 Ways to reply thank you

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Hello everyone, I’m happy to share an article with our new category Language Etiquette. This blog is all about reverting to people for their acknowledgment of appreciation.


It’s a sweet feeling when people lend you the gratitude after a nice gesture extended by you. But it were equally polite and appreciated when you revert them. Personally, many times I too got stuck in a situation where choosing an ultimate golden phrase seems a little tricky.
When people say- “Thank you.” It means you have truly done something for them. Something for which they need to express gratitude to you. I feel many a time, how to reply them back with a same polite way for their Thanksgiving.
So, I decided to write this post for people like me. Who needs a perfect response to an ideal situation?
Here I have taken some ordinary life situation. And for every case, what I felt like a more appropriate reply is listed -
The universal phrase that set with all situations.
1) You’re welcome / Pleasure is all mine– Openin…

My First HTML Web Page

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In our previous blog, we have given some basic introduction to HTML Language. Please read if you are new to Web Programming.

Before going through the blog, you need to have a text editor/notepad and a web browser. To open a notepad. Read Blog How to open notepad?
In this blog, we are going to create our first HTML Web page. For this, we need to understand the very first 4 basic HTML tags. And those four basic tags are:1) html: <html>…</html> is the container tag. It describes an HTML document.2) head: <head>...</head> tag describes the page heading section. It is invisible on the webpage.3) title: <title>…</title> tag is used to put the title of the web page in the browser. This is the only tag which is visible in the head section/tag. 4) body: <body>…</body> tag is a container for visible content on the browser.
Point to remember
1) Html is all about tags.2) Every tag must be enclosed with opening and closing angular brackets (For e.g. <…