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Flashcards in HTML TAGS Deck (86):
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(BASIC HTML): Defines the document type.

< !DOCTYPE >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines an HTML document.

< html >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines information about the document.

< head >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines a title for the document.

< title >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines the document's body.

< body >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines HTML headings.

< h1 > to < h6 >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines a paragraph.

< p >

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(BASIC HTML): Inserts a single line break.

< br >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines a comment.

< !--..-- >

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(BASIC HTML): Defines a thematic change in the content.

< hr >

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(FORMATTING): Defines an acronym. [NOT IN HTML5. USE < abbr > INSTEAD.]

< acronym >

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(FORMATTING): Defines contact information for the author/owner of a document/article.

< address >

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(FORMATTING): Defines bold text.

< b >

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(FORMATTING): Isolates a part of a text that might be formatted in a different section from the other text outside it.

< bdi >

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(FORMATTING): Overrides the current text direction.

< bdo >

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(FORMATTING): Defines big text. [NOT IN HTML5. USE CSS INSTEAD.]

< big >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a section that is quoted from another source.

< blockquote >

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(FORMATTING): Defines centred text. [NOT IN HTML5. USE CSS INSTEAD.]

< center >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a title of work.

< cite >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a piece of computer code.

< code >

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(FORMATTING): Defines text that has been deleted from a document.

< del >

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(FORMATTING): Represents the defining instance of a term.

< dfn >

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(FORMATTING): Defines emphasised text.

< em >

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(FORMATTING): Defines fonts, colours, and sizes for text. [NOT IN HTML5. USE CSS INSTEAD.]

< font >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a part of the text in an alternate voice or mood.

< i >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a text that has been inserted into a document.

< ins >

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(FORMATTING): Defines keyboard input.

< kbd >

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(FORMATTING): Defines mark/highlighted text.

< mark >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a scalar measurement within a known range.

< meter >

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(FORMATTING): Defines preformatted text.

< pre >

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(FORMATTING): Represents the progress of a task.

< progress >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a short quotation.

< q >

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(FORMATTING): Defines what to show in browsers that don't support ruby annotations.

< rp >

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(FORMATTING): Defines an explanation/pronunciations of characters in E. Asian typography.

< rt >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a ruby annotation in E. Asian typography.

< ruby >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a text that is no longer correct.

< s >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a sample output from a computer programme.

< samp >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a smaller text.

< small >

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(FORMATTING): Defines strikethrough text. [NOT IN HTML5. USE < del > OR < s > INSTEAD.]

< strike >

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(FORMATTING): Defines important text.

< strong >

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(FORMATTING): Defines subscripted text.

< sub >

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(FORMATTING): Defines superscripted text.

< sup >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a date/time.

< time >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a teletype text. [NOT IN HTML5. USE CSS INSTEAD.]

< tt >

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(FORMATTING): Defines text that should be stylistically different from normal text.

< u >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a variable.

< var >

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(FORMATTING): Defines a possible line break.

< ubr >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines an HTML form for user input.

< form >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines an input control.

< input >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a multiple line input control.

< textarea >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a clickable button.

< button >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a drop-down list.

< select >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a group of related options in a drop-down list.

< optgroup >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines an option in a drop-down list.

< option >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a label for an < input > element.

< label >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Group related elements in a form.

< fieldset >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a caption for a < fieldset > element.

< legend >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Specifies a list of pre-defined options for input controls.

< datalist >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines a key-pair generator field (for forms).

< keygen >

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(FORMS AND INPUT): Defines the result of a calculation.

< output >

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(FRAMES): Defines a window (a frame) in a frameset.

< frame >

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(FRAMES): Defines a set of frames. [NOT IN HTML5.]

< frameset >

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(FRAMES): Defines an alternate content for users that don't support frames. [NOT IN HTML 5.]

< noframes >

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(FRAMES): Defines an inline frame.

< iframe >

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(IMAGES): Defines an image.

< img >

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(IMAGES): Defines a client-side image-map.

< map >

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(IMAGES): Defines an area inside an image-map.

< area >

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(IMAGES): Used to draw graphics, on the fly, via scripting. (ie Javascript)

< canvas >

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(IMAGES): Specifies self-contained content.

< figure >

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(IMAGES): Defines a container for multiple image resources.

< picture >

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(AUDIO/VIDEO): Defines sound content.

< audio >

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(AUDIO/VIDEO): Defines multiple media resources for media elements. (ie < video > , < audio > , < picture > )

< source >

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(AUDIO/VIDEO): Defines text tracks for media elements. (ie < video > and < audio > )

< track >

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(AUDIO/VIDEO): Defines a video or movie.

< video >

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(LINKS): Defines a hyperlink.

< a >

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(LINKS): Defines the relationship between a document and external resource (most used to link to style sheets).

< link >

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(LINKS): Defines navigation links.

< nav >

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(LISTS): Defines an unordered list.

< ul >

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(LISTS): Defines an ordered list.

< ol >

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(LISTS): Defines a list item.

< li >

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(LISTS): Defines a directory list. [NOT IN HTML5. USE < ul > instead.]

< dir >

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(LISTS): Defines a description list.

< dl >

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(LISTS): Defines a term/name in a description list.

< dt >

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(LISTS): Defines a description of a term/name in a description list.

< dd >

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(LISTS): Defines a list/menu of commands.

< menu >

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(LISTS): Defines a command/menu item that the user can invoke from the popup menu.

< menuitem >