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Holds a paragraph; any line of text is a paragraph.
<br /> or <br>
Used within a paragraph to "enter" down one line.
<hr /> or <hr>
Inserts a horitzotal rule (a line) across the page. This does not go in paragraph tags.
Inserts a heading, which is a bold word that stands on its own; does not go in pragraph tags.
Underlines words - Example of a deprecated tag.
Tags that are no longer in use or "outlawed" tags.
Tags that do not hold any information between opening and closing tag pairs and stand on their own.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
A style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in HTML. Most often used to set the visual style of web pages.
The website provides the best possible user experience regardless of whether it is being viewed on a desktop, tablet, laptop, or phone.
Creates a character that is raised off of the baseline; superscript.
Creates a character lowered below the baseline; subscript.
Used to highlight parts of your text (typically defaults to black text and yellow background color, like a highlighter).
Used around an acronym or abbreviation to create "pop-up" text to describe it when moused over. Used with title attribute.
Often used for long quotations, this block element is used to indent the text from both left and right margins.
Used to denote a strikethrough or deletion; appears with a line through the characters.
Often used for short quotes, this inline element is used to add quotation marks around an excerpt (and allows you to style it, if needed.)
Block Level Elements
headings, paragraphs, horizontal rules
Used to make something emphasized. Examples: emphasis, strong emphasis, line break
Used to add color and adjust alignment. Examples: change the color of words, change the alignment of text, change the background color of an area.
<p style=color: red;">
Change the text color to red.
<h1 style="text-align: center;".
Used to center align the heading.
Creates an unordered list, which is a bulleted list.
Default bullet for unordered list.
Creates an ordered list, which is a numbered/lettered list.
Numbers with Decimal
Default format for ordered list.
Creates a description list.
Inserts the actual "bullet" or "number" when using a UL or OL.
First part of a description list. Used before the word that is on a line by itself/not indented. Stands for description term.
Used within a description list after the DT; this indents the next part on the following line. Stands for "description definition."
Used to remove the line breaks and the bullets and make the bullets resemble buttons.
Used to better set up the web page for organizational purposes. Ex. header, footer, article, section.
Number of pixels in a linear inch.
Tiny little squares that make up the images you see on a computer screen.
Best file format for digital photographs.
Best file format for line drawings.
Best file format for images for websites...better color quality, small file size, millions of colors.
Resize the physical dimensions of an image to load websites faster and take up less bandwidth.
Suitable image resolution for websites and monitor display.
There are three types of lists-ordered, description, and _______.
The only list style that does not contain icons/bullets or numbers/letters before each item is: _____________.
There are three ways of inserting a style sheet: external, internal, and ______________.
_________ links are used to link to a location on another website.
________ links are used to link to a location within your website.
__________ links point to a file or a file path.
__________ links always include the domain name of the website directed to.
Word, phrase, or image that you can click on to jump to a new document or a new section within the current document.
HTML tag used to create a hyperlink.