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<a> tag
an html tag used to mark hyperlinks to external documents or to locations within the current document
<img> tag
Defines an HTML image.
the href attribute is...
... used to define the URL address for an HTML link.
src attribute
Used to define the address for images and other HTML media.
<pre> tag
Defines text which is preformatted. It will recognize and display all of the white space put into the element.
style attribute
Changing the default style of an HTML element, can be done with the _______
inline elements
Elements which go with the flow of the page/other elements. They are not separated from the other elements. i.e. <img> and <a> elements.Does not start on a new line and only takes up as much width as necessary.
block elements
Elements which do not go with the flow of the page/other elements. They are separated from the other elements. i.e. <p> and <h1> elements
Value of style attribute used to make inline elements behave as block elements.
Value of style attribute used to make block elements behave as inline elements.
float property
Essentially, the float property allows us to take an element, remove it from the normal flow of a page, and position it to the left or right of its parent element. All other element…
<i> tag
Defines italicized text.
<u> tag
Defines underlined text.
character references
Used to display characters, especially those which would not normally show up on an HTML page or be on one's keyboard.
The character reference for <
The character reference for >
body element--
the element containing all of the content to be displayed on a Web page
closing tag--
tag is ending tag used HTML/XHTML; for example to end a paragraph the tag would be(</p>)
comment tag--
a tag that allows the user to insert a notes in your HTML code
head element--
the element containing information about a document, such as its title or meta tags. The Web page does not display these contents
heading elements--
(H1.....H6) a style used for text with H1 being the biggest and H2 the smallest
opening tag
--tag is beginning tag used HTML/XHTML; for example to begin a paragraph the tag would be(<p>)
the core building block of HTML, which marks each element in a Web page such as <b>, </br>, <a>, etc
title element--
the element within the heading that contains the name of the Web page which will appear on the web page's title bar
unordered list--
an HTML list format in which each item appears next to a bullet character