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Dive Into HTML5
  Dive Into HTML5 seeks to elaborate on a hand-picked Selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine Standards.
 
Date Added: Feb 20, 2011, Viewed: 12 No Review Yet
HTML - A
  This element indicates the portion of the document that is a hyperlink or the named target destination for a hyperlink.
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 4,642 No Review Yet
HTML - Abbr
  This element allows authors to clearly indicate a sequence of characters that compose an acronym or abbreviation for a word (XML, WWW, and so on).
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 4,336 No Review Yet
HTML - Area
  <Area> is an element used within the content model of the <MAP> element to implement client-side image maps. It defines a hot-spot region on the map and associates it with a hypertext link.
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 5,128 No Review Yet
HTML - B
  This element indicates that the enclosed text should be displayed in boldface.
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 4,168 No Review Yet
HTML - Img
  This element indicates a media object to include in an HTML document. Usually, the object is a graphic image, but some implementations support movies and animations.
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 5,447 1 Review
HTML - Input
  This element specifies an input control for a form. The type of input is set by the TYPE attribute and may be a variety of different types, including single-line text field, multiline text field, password style, check box, radio button, or push button.
 
Date Added: Oct 31, 2006, Viewed: 11,787 No Review Yet
HTML - Map
  This element is used to implement client-side image maps. The element is used to define a map to associate locations on an image with a destination URL.
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 3,944 No Review Yet
HTML - Marquee
  This page show the marquee attributes, events, and example of how to use it.
 
Date Added: Nov 03, 2006, Viewed: 49,270 28 Reviews
HTML Comment
  This construct is used to include text comments that will not be displayed by the browser.
 
Date Added: Mar 29, 2006, Viewed: 14,695 No Review Yet
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