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Chapter 3. XHTML 1.0 Element Reference > How This Chapter Is Organized

How This Chapter Is Organized

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

  • Document structure elements (see p. 71): <html>, <head>, <base>, <meta>, <link>, <script>, <noscript>, <style>, <title>, and <body>

  • Formatting elements (see p. 80): <font>, <basefont>, <u>, <s>, <strike>, <b>, <big>, <i>, <small>, <sub>, <sup>, <tt>, <abbr>, <acronym>, <address>, <cite>, <code>, <del>, <dfn>, <em>, <ins>, <kbd>, <q>, <samp>, <strong>, <var>, <blockquote>, <br>, <bdo>, <div>, <hr>, <h1>– <h6>, <p>, <pre>, and <span>

  • List elements (see p. 100): <li>, <dl>, <dt>, <dd>, <ol>, and <ul>

  • Hyperlink elements (see p. 106): <a>

  • Image and image map elements (see p. 108): <img>, <map>, and <area>

  • Table elements (see p. 112): <table>, <caption>, <thead>, <tfoot>, <tbody>, <colgroup>, <col>, <tr>, <td>, and <th>

  • Form elements (see p. 122): <form>, <input>, <select>, <option>, <optgroup>, <textarea>, <button>, <label>, <fieldset>, and <legend>

  • Frame elements (see p. 132): <frameset>, <frame>, <noframes>, and <iframe>

  • Executable content elements (see p. 137): <object>, <param>, and <applet>


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