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  HTML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HTML's successor, XHTML, is a separate language that began as a reformulation of HTML 4.01 using XML 1.0.
HTML 3.1 was never officially proposed, and the next standard proposal was HTML 3.2 (code-named "Wilbur"), which dropped the majority of the new features in HTML 3.0 and instead adopted many browser-specific element types and attributes which had been created for the Netscape and Mosaic web browsers.
HTML 4.0 likewise adopted many browser-specific element types and attributes, but at the same time began to try to "clean up" the standard by marking some of them as deprecated, and suggesting they not be used.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HTML   (5112 words)

  
 Composing Good HTML 3.0 (1 of 4)
HTML will let you describe this piece of information as a header, or that piece of information as an address.
HTML 2.0 is the closest thing to current practice that is available, and can be assumed to be "safe" for all browsers.
Also, one version of the HTML specification declares that "a heading element implies all the font changes, paragraph breaks before and after, and white space (for example) necessary to render the heading".
www.ology.org /tilt/cgh   (3186 words)

  
 HTML 4 Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
HTML 4.0 became a W3C Recommendation in December of 1997.
The new HTML standard provided a number of significant improvements over previous versions of the language while emphasizing the concepts of accessibility and structural markup.
All character entity references in HTML 4 along with their numeric character references and rendering in your browser.
www.htmlhelp.com /reference/html40   (133 words)

  
 W3C HTML Home Page
XHTML is the successor of HTML, and a
HTML 4.01 is a revision of the HTML 4.0 Recommendation first released on 18th December 1997.
HTML Compatibility Guidelines set forth in Appendix C of the XHTML 1.0 specification, XHTML 1.0 documents could be compatible with existing HTML user agents.
www.w3.org /MarkUp   (4335 words)

  
 Html Validator for Firefox and Mozilla
HTML Validator is a Mozilla extension that adds HTML validation inside Firefox and Mozilla.
The number of errors of a HTML page is seen on the form of an icon in the status bar when browsing.
It is also possible to ask HTML Validator to propose a corrected version of the page in HTML or convert it to XHTML.
users.skynet.be /mgueury/mozilla   (680 words)

  
 HTML With Style: HTML Help, Tutorials on Web Page & Site Design with HTML and CSS - webreference.com
HTML forms are a key ingredient of any dynamic Web site because they allow the user of a site to interact with it.
When we think of HTML coding, we tend to think of elements ("tags") used to structure a Web page, but our attention is usually focused on the appearance of the final product.
HTML is the most basic and common language on the World Wide Web and it's relatively easy to learn.
www.webreference.com /html   (1201 words)

  
 HTML Made Really Easy
The HTML file (a normal text file) contains all the text to display, and also acts as the "glue" to hold the text and images together in the right places, and display them in the right style.
These days, HTML does have tags that say explicitly how to display something, rather than just describe what kind of data it is. Examples are the commonly used and tags.
Here's a really great (and official) summary of HTML 3.2 features at the World Wide Web Consortium ("W3C"), which is the central research organization that defines standards used on the Web.
www.jmarshall.com /easy/html   (4922 words)

  
 WDVL: HTML - The HyperText Markup Language
Most HTML Tags here are supported by both Netscape ane Explorer, but there are a few that are browser-specific.
HTML documents are structured into Head and Body.
XHTML is a reformulation of HTML 4.0 as an application of XML 1.0.
www.wdvl.com /Authoring/HTML   (1097 words)

  
 HTML 4.01 Specification
This specification defines HTML 4.01, which is a subversion of HTML 4.
HTML 4 also takes great strides towards the internationalization of documents, with the goal of making the Web truly World Wide.
This document specifies HTML 4.01, which is part of the HTML 4 line of specifications.
www.w3.org /TR/html4   (716 words)

  
 An interactive introduction to HTML and CGI scripts on the WWW (courseware)
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is a markup language which consists of tags embedded in the text of a document.
In the body is the text to be displayed as well as HTML markup tags to hint at the format of the text.
The attributes ROWSPAN and COLSPAN of the HTML tags and are used to form data cells which span more than one row or column.
snowwhite.it.brighton.ac.uk /~mas/mas/courses/html/html1.html   (2968 words)

  
 An interactive introduction to HTML and CGI scripts on the WWW (courseware Netscape)
Introducing the basic HTML tags used to describe the format of a web page.
HTML tags control in part the representation of the WWW page when viewed with a web browser.
In describing HTML the aim has been to concentrate on the more widely used and useful features.
snowwhite.it.brighton.ac.uk /~mas/mas/courses/html/html.html   (497 words)

  
 Configuring Mail Clients to Send Plain ASCII Text
HTML or MIME messages leave or include unwanted files (attachments) on the machines of the recipients of these messages.
HTML messages can trigger dialups to the Internet if they contain links to specific images called "web bugs" that are used to track message and advertiser viewing.
HTML is meant for the WWW; not for mailing lists, Usenet newsgroups postings, proper business E-mail correspondence and preferably not for personal E-mail unless the recipient is expecting it.
www.expita.com /nomime.html   (11290 words)

  
 HTML and CSS Tutorials, References, Articles and News - HTML Dog
If you are already a competent web maker, the HTML Advanced Guide and CSS Advanced Guide are the places to look for advanced tips, tricks and good practice techniques.
A CSS property reference has been added to HTML Dog, outlining the valid CSS properties that belong to the latest standard of CSS.
An HTML tag reference has been added to the HTML Dog site, providing details of all of the valid HTML tags that belong to the latest XHTML standard.
www.htmldog.com   (381 words)

  
 Clean up your Web pages with HTML TIDY
If you find HTML Tidy useful and you would like to say thanks, then please send me a (paper) postcard or other souvenir from the area in which you live along with a few words on what you are using Tidy for.
A new relative to Tidy, HTML Slidy is my open source presentation tool for slides written in XHTML.
HTML Tidy will protect you from this bug, except when you set the indent option to "yes".
www.w3.org /People/Raggett/tidy   (4701 words)

  
 HTML tags
Not only will learning HTML provide you with the freedom to update your own HTML code, but it will also save you a great deal of money, as you will be able to avoid hiring a professional web designer.
You can write your own HTML tags within a plain text editor, such as Note Pad, or use an HTML editor, which will write the code for you.
HTML codes, also referred to as tags, are enclosed by the lesser than (<) and greater than (>) brackets and may be written in capital or lower case letters.
www.web-source.net /html_codes_chart.htm   (994 words)

  
 What is HTML? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
HTML is similar to SGML, although it is not a strict subset.
HTML defines the structure and layout of a Web document by using a variety of tags and attributes.
Beginner and intermediate HTML tutorials as well as an interactive CSS tutorial that allows you to practice your CSS without leaving the web site.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/H/HTML.html   (827 words)

  
 * HTML for the Conceptually Challenged
HTML (H yper T ext M arkup L anguage) is the language used to write Web pages.
The other view is called "HTML Code" -- this is the code that tells the browser what to do.
When you write an HTML page, you enter tags for many reasons -- to change the appearance of text, to show a graphic, or to make a link to another page.
www.arachnoid.com /lutusp/html_tutor.html   (1169 words)

  
 Sandia National Laboratories - HTML Reference Manual (removed)
Neither the main page nor any of the companion sub-pages of Sandia National Laboratories' HTML Reference Manual had been updated since January 1996.
Since there are no current plans to upgrade this document, as of January 1999 the author has removed all of its pages from public access.
Any such copies are believed to be a violation of copyright, and should be erased.
www.sandia.gov /sci_compute/html_ref.html   (201 words)

  
 HTML: An Interactive Tutorial - Dave's HTML Code Guide - Learn to code HTML with our free HTML help guide!
HTML code is the major language of the Internet's World Wide Web.
With HTML code and the world wide web, you have the ability to bring together text, pictures, sounds, and links...
HTML code files are plain text files, so they can be composed and edited on any type of computer...
www.davesite.com /webstation/html   (1555 words)

  
 HTML Clinic
HTML Clinic features step-by-step, easy to understand HTML tutorials, with lots of examples you can follow and learn from.
HTML Clinic is the perfect prescription for your ailing website.
The HTML Clinic tutorials are designed to guide you through the complete process of building a web page.
www.htmlclinic.com   (172 words)

  
 HTML Help by The Web Design Group
Includes the HTML 4 Reference, the HTML 3.2 (Wilbur) Reference, and our Cascading Style Sheets Guide.
Offline versions are also available, as well as the HTML 4.0 Reference in Japanese, the CSS Guide in Japanese, the CSS Guide in Chinese, and the CSS Guide in Spanish.
Features a Style Guide, Standards for HTML Authoring, An Introduction to Frames, a Guide to Accessibility, a discussion of Document Types and the WDG DTD, Image Tips, Guide to Legal Issues, and a handy list of RGB Color Codes.
www.htmlhelp.com   (303 words)

  
 HTML Tutorial
The HTML Developer Certificate is for developers who want to document their knowledge of HTML 4.01, XHTML, and CSS.
The HTML Certificate is for developers who want to document their knowledge of HTML, XHTML, and CSS.
The ASP Certificate is for developers who want to document their knowledge of ASP, SQL, and ADO.
www.w3schools.com /html/default.asp   (314 words)

  
 CSE HTML Validator Lite - FREE HTML Editor and Syntax Checker
CSE HTML Validator Lite is an award winning FREE HTML editor and basic HTML syntax checker for Microsoft Windows.
CSE HTML Validator Lite v7.01 improves upon the previous lite versions, is faster and more up to date, and includes a built-in HTML/text editor with syntax highlighting, split view, and spell checking.
The lite edition is designed for casual HTML authors and is only designed to find most major and some minor problems.
www.htmlvalidator.com /lite   (507 words)

  
 Webmonkey | authoring : html_basics
All your basic HTML Qs will be answered and explained here.
All the basic tags, what they are and what they do, in one easy-to-bookmark place.
HTML email lets you send mail that gets viewed as a Web page.
www.webmonkey.com /authoring/html_basics   (321 words)

  
 HTML Kit for more than editing HTML
Standards-compliant full-featured editor for HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS and other common languages.
HTML Tidy and other plugins for creating clean HTML/XHTML pages.
Newcomers to web page design can benefit from letting it point out errors and provide suggestions on how to create standards-compliant pages using tools such as HTML Tidy.
www.chami.com /html-kit   (620 words)

  
 CSE HTML Validator - Professional HTML Syntax Checker and HTML Editor
CSE HTML Validator for Microsoft Windows is the most powerful, easy to use, user configurable, and all-in-one HTML, XHTML, CSS, link, spelling, and accessibility checker available.
Find out why CSE HTML Validator for Windows is better than other HTML checkers, such as the popular W3C HTML Validator.
You can use CSE HTML Validator Std/Pro by itself, or from within a program that supports it.
www.htmlvalidator.com   (664 words)

  
 Bare Bones Guide to HTML
I have included all the elements in the official HTML 4.0 recommendation with common attributes, as well as Netscape and Microsoft extensions.
This document is a quick reference, not a complete specification; for official information about HTML and its development, see the World Wide Web Consortium site at http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/.
Important: If you are not clear about the differences between the various versions of HTML, I suggest that you read my discussion of the development of HTML, or the World Wide Web Consortium HTML activity statement.
werbach.com /barebones/barebones.html   (230 words)

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