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Chapter 3. HTML 4.0 Tag Reference > How This Chapter Is Organized

How This Chapter Is Organized

Because of the vast coverage of the chapter, the information presented has been carefully structured to make it as easy as possible for you to look up the tags you need. At the highest level, the chapter is organized into major sections that cover a group of related tags. The major sections and the tags they cover include

  • Document structure tags (see p. 62): <HTML>, <HEAD>, <BASE>, <ISINDEX>, <META>, <LINK>, <SCRIPT>, <STYLE>, <TITLE>, <BDO>, and <BODY>.

  • Formatting tags (see p. 72): <B>, <BASEFONT>, <BIG>, <FONT>, <I>, <S>, <STRIKE>, <SMALL>, <SUB>, <SUP>, <TT>, <U>, <ABBR>, < ACRONYM>, <ADDRESS>, <CITE>, <CODE>, <DEL>, <DFN>, <EM>, <INS>, <KBD>, <Q>, <SAMP>, <STRONG>, <VAR>, <BLOCKQUOTE>, <BR>, <CENTER>, <DIV>, <HR>, <H1>–<H6>, <P>, <PRE>, and <SPAN>.

  • List tags (see p. 95): <LI>, <DIR>, <DL>, <DT>, <DD>, <MENU>, <OL>, and </UL>.

  • Hyperlink tags: <A>.

  • Image and imagemap tags (see p. 104): <IMG>, <MAP>, and <AREA>.

  • Table tags (see p. 109): <TABLE>, <CAPTION>, <THEAD>, <TFOOT>, <TBODY>, <COLGROUP>, <COL>, <TR>, <TD>, and <TH>.

  • Form tags (see p. 119): <FORM>, <INPUT>, <SELECT>, <OPTION>, <OPTGROUP>, <TEXTAREA>, <BUTTON>, <LABEL>, <FIELDSET>, and <LEGEND>.

  • Frame tags (see p. 129): < FRAMESET>, <FRAME>, <NOFRAMES>, and <IFRAME>.

  • Executable content tags (see p. 133): <APPLET>, <PARAM>, and <OBJECT>.


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