The Web Publisher’s Illustrated Quick Reference: Covers HTML by Ralph Grabowski

By Ralph Grabowski

HTML, or hypertext mark-up language, is the normal for all world-wide-web pages through the global. With HTML 3.0 new gains were further and likewise VRML, the digital fact mark-up language, is usually attracting consciousness to permit browsers to maneuver via "virtual truth" websites. This ebook presents a reference consultant to either HTML and VRML modelled at the author's earlier winning reference courses to AutoCad. each one HTML and VRMl command is given an outline, its syntax, and examples of its use.
- visible snapshots of every markup in use.- each one HTML tag is marked with its model quantity to spotlight the recent 3.0 features.- Covers the entire identified VRML tags for 2.0.- Examples conceal comparable and not obligatory attributes.

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DISABLED Input item is displayed as disabled, usually grayed out. ERROR Displays an error message when input is incorrect. • The TYPE=TEXT attribute takes these optional attributes: NAME Assigns a variable name to the value entered into the input element. MAXLENGTH Maximum text buffer for text and password TYPEs. SIZE Size of displayed field; width of text and password TYPEs in characters. VALUE The initial value of an input element. • The TYPE=CHECKBOX attribute takes these optional attributes: CHECKED Indicates that the radio and checkbox TYPE is turned on.

Alignment of the display. Example: ALIGN=lright" right justifies the element. Align center left justify right Meaning Centered Left justified (default). Justified full column width. Right justified. HEIGHT Height, measured in pixels or in percent of screen height. WIDTH Width, measured in pixels or in percent of screen width. dwg" width=30% height=40%> scales the embedded objects to 30% of the width and 40% of the height of the page. I\p UNITS=" ... " The Web Publisher's Illustrated QIick Reference • 35 IMAGEMAP Indicates this is an active image; specifies the URL that the click coordinates should be sent to.

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Jill of the headline sizes: Headline size 1 (the largest). Headline size 2. Headline size 3. Headline size 4. Headline sue 5. 2) Alignment of the display. Example: ALIGN="right" right justifies the element. Align center left justify right 44 • Meaning Centered Left justified (default). Justified full column width. Right justified. The Web Publisher's Illustrated Qiick Reference TIPS • The HTML standard calls for documents to use the Hn tags in decreasing order: the first text uses -, the next text uses -

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