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Last reply by: Professor Jim Hague
Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:16 AM

Post by Timothy Davis on December 21, 2014

Should I spend a lot of time learning this when I can do it simpler with WordPress?

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Post by Jorge Guerrero on June 28, 2012

Aren't most of the img attributes best set using CSS?

Elements, Attributes and Tags

  • HTML consists of Tags, Elements, and Attributes
  • A start tag consists of an opening angle bracket (<) followed by the element name, zero or more space separated attribute/value pairs, and a closing angle bracket (>).
  • An element commands the browser what to express
  • An attribute defines the element.
  • Some elements had and ending, others don't.

Elements, Attributes and Tags

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:07
  • What Are Tags? 0:21
    • Tags Are Mark-Up Language
    • Start Tag with No Attributes
  • What Are Elements 1:46
    • Point of Focus
    • Example
    • Purpose
  • Examples of Elements 3:23
    • Results When You Type In Editor
  • What Are Attributes 5:53
    • Definition
    • Examples
  • Examples of Attributes 7:12
    • Image
    • What Does the Browser Need to Know About the Image
  • See Code in Action 11:05