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Last reply by: Professor Jim Hague
Sat Mar 28, 2015 11:37 PM

Post by David Llewellyn on February 28, 2015

1) align attribute doesn't seem to be HTML 5.

2) what is the difference between the <br> and the <br /> tags, they seem to be     used interchangeably in the code for this lesson?

3) is there a better way of shifting text to the right than the multiple &nbsp; characters used in the code?

4) the image source to The Scream in the code no longer works, it should be
<img src="" width="220"
   height="227" alt="The Scream" />.  By the way, what does the final forward slash "/" do, its presence or absence seems to make no difference in IE11 or Chrome?

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Last reply by: Professor Jim Hague
Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:19 AM

Post by SIMON XENITELLIS on December 22, 2014


what is the difference between a section tag and an article tag ?

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Last reply by: Professor Jim Hague
Fri Nov 21, 2014 2:55 PM

Post by Evilene Souza on November 18, 2014

I am enjoying very much the classes i have been studying Html but I am learning many tips here that i did not know before,thankyou

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Last reply by: Professor Jim Hague
Fri Jun 27, 2014 2:02 PM

Post by James Connolly on April 15, 2014

I like the Scream composition you choose by Edward Munch. There is so much emotion in it. It is almost as if you can hear the guy about to scream. I honestly forgot who the artist was, and, for that reason, I am glad you incorporated into the lesson.  
Thank you

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Post by Jorge Guerrero on June 28, 2012

WHO is really an acronym, not an abbreviation. An abbreviation would be Mr. Mrs. etc... Can you see the difference? The <acronym> tag can also be used with the title same attribute. It's better to use them correctly, as the tags are for the correct markup of context NOT for styling.

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Last reply by: Woldu Mahary
Wed May 1, 2013 1:49 AM

Post by samuel ajal on June 13, 2012

where do i download the HTML codes for this

Information Tags

  • Informational Tags include:Abbr, Address, Article, Aside, Cite
  • Purpose is to tell the browser what the content is all about.
  • <ABBR> Stands for Abbreviation
  • <ADDRESS> Defines the contact information for the author/owner of a document or an article.
  • <ARTICLE> Tells the browser that the content is independent and self-containted.
  • <ASIDE> Defines some content aside from the content it is placed in.
  • <CITE> Defines the title of a work (e.g. a book, a song, a movie, a TV show, a painting, a sculpture, etc.)

Information Tags

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:17
  • <ABBR> 1:10
    • Stands for Abbreviation
    • Title
    • <ABBR> Example
    • Purpose of Coding
  • <ADDRESS> 3:46
    • Represents
    • <ADDRESS> Example
  • <ARTICLE> 5:45
    • Address Tag in Article Tag
    • <ARTICLE> Example
  • <ASIDE> 7:25
    • <ASIDE> Example
  • <CITE> 8:25
    • Represents
    • <CITE> Example
  • Practice: Download Info.htm 9:59
    • End Result