Lesson 2: HTML5 Coding (CIW-SDA)

Lesson 2: HTML5 Coding (CIW-SDA)

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manifest

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An attribute used for offline browsing.

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<ol> tag

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Creates an ordered list.

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lang

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An attribute that configures the page to use a particular language.

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unicode

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A universal character set designed to support all written languages, as well as scholarly disciplines.

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<body> tag

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Includes all the content of the Web page that will render.

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Element

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Provides the main instruction of the tag.

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<!DOCTYPE> declaration

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Informs the interpreter what version of HTML the Web page is written. Previous to HTML5 this was written in SGML. In HTML5 it does not point to a DTD.

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<meta> tag

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Specifies various information about the document, known as metadata.

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<html> tag

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Container tag for the entire HTML document.

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Value

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Used only with attributes; Surrounded by double quotes; gives value to the element and its attribute.

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Empty tags

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Tags that do not directly format a specified block of test. One tag opens and closes the element.

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xmlns

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Specifies the XML namespace attribute if your document needs to conform to XHTML.

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Attribute

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Specifies a quality or describes a certain aspect of the element.

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fixed-width font

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A font in which every character, including the space character, has equal width.

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name attribute

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An attribute that uses values such as: keywords, description, author. Must be used with the content attribute.

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block-level element

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A markup element that affects as least a paragraph.

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<li> tag

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Specifies list items in an ordered or unordered list.

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content attribute

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When used with the name attribute, this attribute's values can supply keywords, author name, page descriptions.

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charset attribute

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Specifies the character set used in the HTML document.

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text-level element

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A markup element that affects single characters or words.

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<link> tag

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Used to reference a stylesheet.

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<head> tag

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This section allows you to insert <meta> tags, links to style sheets, and the <title> tag.

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<title> tag

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Identifies the document title.

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<ul> tag

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Creates a bulleted list.

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Container tags

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Tags that come in pairs. Uses a starting and ending tag.

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