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<B> . . . </B>

HTML tags indicating boldface text.

<BR>

An HTML tag that creates a line break.

<BLOCKQUOTE> . . . &lt

HTML tags that set off a long quote or citation. The quote will be indented or set off from the regular text by some other method, depending upon the browser of the viewer.

<ADDRESS> . . . </A

HTML tags used for signatures or name and address of the document’s author. The text will show in italics or be set off by some other method, depending on the browser used to view it.

<BACKGROUND="url"&g

An HTML attribute used within the BODY tag to set the background of the page. The format is <BODY BACKGROUND="url">.

<BGCOLOR="color"&gt

An HTML attribute used within the BODY tag to set the background color of the page. The format is <BODY BGCOLOR="color">.

<ALINK="color">

An HTML attribute used within the BODY tag to indicate the color of a link while the user is clicking on it. The format is <BODY ALINK="color">.

<BASEFONT SIZE=n>

An HTML tag that indicates the standard size of text on a page.

<BGSOUND SRC="url"&

An HTML tag that sets up a background sound to be played while the page is being viewed. The sound must be in a .WAV, .AU, or .MID format.

<CENTER> . . . </CE

HTML tags that center a portion of text horizontally.

<ALT="text">

An HTML attribute that displays a block of text as an alternative to an image, for text-based browsers. It is used inside the <IMG> tag; the format is <IMG SRC="url"ALT="text">.

<EMBED SRC="url"&gt

HTML tag for an embedded object; for example, a QuickTime movie or some other multimedia file.

<BIG> . . . </BIG&a

HTML tags that make the enclosed text big.

<COMMENT> . . . </C

HTML tags that set off a comment. Text between these tags will not show up in the browser.

<!-- text -->

An HTML tag that contains a comment within it. The text between <! and >will not show up in the browser.

<BLINK> . . . </BLINK&a

HTML tags that enclose a section of blinking text.

<AU> . . . </AU&amp

HTML tags used to set off an author’s name.

<COLOR=”rrggbb”> or &a

An HTML attribute that specifies color either by an RGB number or a color name: aqua, black, blue, fuchsia, gray, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, white or yellow. It is used within tags in the format <FONT COLOR="rrggbb">. These color specifications are also used for BGCOLOR and BORDERCOLOR.

<ALIGN>

An HTML attribute which indicates right, left, justified, or center alignment. It is used within tags in the format <IMG ALIGN=LEFT>, <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>, etc.

<A> . . . </A&g

Anchors used in HTML.

<BASE>

An HTML tag, normally placed in the head of a document, used to indicate the name of the file in which the current document is stored.

<CAPTION> . . . </C

HTML tags used to enclose a table caption.

<DFN> . . . </DFN&a

HTML tags used to display a definition.

<DIV> . . . </DIV&a

HTML tags used to separate a logical division of a document such as a paragraph, header, etc.

<APPLET> . . . </AP

HTML tags used to enclose a Java applet.

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