HyperText Markup Language

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  • Author: Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection
  • Format: HTML
  • Price: free

HTML is a markup language used in most of the pages of the World Wide Web. HTML files are text files that, unlike completely plain text, contain additional formatting markup—sequences of characters telling web browsers what parts of text should be bold, where the headings are, or where tables, table rows and table cells start and end. HTML may be displayed by a visual web browser, a browser that reads the text of the page to the user, a Braille reader that converts pages to a braille format, email client, or a wireless device like a cellular phone.

The book is a work in progress, and there may be incomplete or missing chapters.

Chapters include:

  • Introduction
  • Head and Body Elements
  • Paragraphs and Headings
  • Text Formatting
  • Hyperlinks
  • Images
  • Lists
  • Tables
  • Quotations
  • Comments
  • Forms
  • Changing the Look with CSS
  • Validating HTML
  • Conditional Comments
  • Proscribed Techniques
  • Using Frames
  • Using Layers
  • Adding Music To A Page
  • Alphabetical list of HTML 4.01/XHTML 1.0 elements
  • Standard Attributes List


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