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Essence

Introduction
  1. About the HTML 4.0 specification
    1. Organization of the specification
    2. The agreements adopted in the document
      1. Elements are also attributes
      2. Remarks are also examples
    3. Appreciation
    4. Copyright Information
  2. Introduction to HTML 4.0
    1. What is the World Wide Web?
      1. Introduction to the URI
      2. Fragment identifiers
      3. Relative URIs
    2. What is HTML?
      1. A Brief History of HTML
    3. HTML 4.0
      1. Internationalization
      2. Availability
      3. Tables
      4. Compound documents
      5. Style Sheets
      6. Scripts
      7. Printing
    4. Creating documents in HTML 4.0 format
      1. Separation of the structure of the representation
      2. Universality of access to the Web
      3. Help users in the sequential creation of images
  3. SGML also HTML
    1. Introduction to SGML
    2. SGML constructs used in HTML
      1. Elements
      2. Attributes
      3. References to symbols
      4. Comments
    3. How to pronounce HTML DTD
      1. DTD Comments
      2. Defining parameter combinations
      3. Member declarations
      4. Attribute declarations
  4. Correlation: needs also recommendations
    1. Definitions
    2. SGML
    3. Content type 11.htm
  5. Representation of an act in HTML format - Character sets, character encodings and entities
    1. Document character set
    2. Character encodings
      1. Choice of encoding
      2. Specifying a character set
    3. References to symbols
      1. Numeric character references
      2. Combinations of references to symbols
    4. Unexpected symbols
  6. Basic types of HTML data - Information about symbols, colors, lengths, URIs, types of content, etc.
    1. Information about the register
    2. The main types of SGML
    3. Text strings
    4. URI
    5. Colors
      1. Notes on using colors
    6. Lengths
    7. Content types (MIME types)
    8. Language Codes
    9. Encodings
    10. Single characters
    11. Date also time
    12. Reference types
    13. Device Descriptors
    14. Scenario data
    15. Stylesheet data
    16. Targeted personnel names
  7. Global structure of the act in HTML format - Sections HEAD also BODY document
    1. Introduction to the structure of the HTML act
    2. Information about the HTML version
    3. The HTML element
    4. Document header
      1. HEAD Element
      2. TITLE element
      3. Attribute title
      4. Metadata
    5. Body of the document
      1. BODY element
      2. Element IDs: id attributes also class
      3. Elements of the block's frost are also built-in elements
      4. Grouping elements: DIV elements also SPAN
      5. Headings: elements H1 , H2 , H3 , H4 , H5 , H6
      6. Element ADDRESS
  8. Information about the language is also a text course - Texts in different languages
    1. Specifying the Content Language: The lang attribute
      1. Language Codes
      2. Inheritance of language codes
      3. Interpretation of language codes
    2. Specifying the heading of the text is also a table: the dir property
      1. Introduction to the bidirectional algorithm
      2. Inheritance of information about the course text
      3. Setting the embedded text
      4. Priority over bidirectional algorithm: BDO element
      5. References to symbols for heading control are also combined
      6. Style sheets are also bidirectional
  9. Text - Paragraphs, lines are also phrases
    1. Unexpected symbols
    2. Structured Text
      1. Elements of phrases: EM , STRONG , DFN , CODE , SAMP , KBD , VAR , CITE , ABBR also ACRONYM
      2. Quotes: BLOCKQUOTE elements are also Q
      3. The upper also the subscripts: SUB elements are also SUP
    3. Lines also paragraphs
      1. Paragraphs: P elements
      2. Managing the transition to the next line
      3. Movements
      4. Formatted text: PRE element
      5. Visual presentation of paragraphs
    4. Marking changes in the act: INS elements also DEL
  10. Lists - Unordered, ordered lists are also lists of definitions
    1. Introduction to Lists
    2. Unordered lists ( UL ), ordered lists ( OL ) are also elements of lists ( LI )
    3. Definition lists : DL , DT elements are also DD
      1. Visual representation of lists
    4. DIR elements also MENU
  11. Tables
    1. Introduction to tables
    2. Elements of the construction of tables
      1. The TABLE element
      2. Captions of tables: CAPTION element
      3. Grtsppy lines: elements THEAD , TFOOT also TBODY
      4. Column groups: COLGROUP elements also COL
      5. Table rows: TR element
      6. Table cells: TH elements also TD
    3. Formatting of tables by visual representatives of users
      1. Borders also rules
      2. Horizontal also vertical alignment
      3. Cell Fields
    4. Presentation of tables by non-visual representatives of users
      1. Relationship between header information and data cells
      2. Categorization of cells
      3. Algorithm for searching header information
    5. Example table
  12. References - Hypertext links also device-independent links
    1. Introduction to references also anchors
      1. Go to the resource as referenced by the link
      2. Other reference relationships
      3. Setting anchors for links
      4. Headers of links
      5. Internationalization also links
    2. Element A
      1. Syntax of the names of anchors
      2. Nested links are not allowed
      3. Anchors with id attribute
      4. Unreachable resources also undefined
    3. Document Relationships: LINK Element
      1. Direct also backlinks
      2. Links are also external style sheets
      3. Links also search engines
    4. Route information: BASE element
      1. Resolving relative URIs
  13. Objects, Images, and Applets
    1. Introduction to objects, images and applets
    2. Image inclusion: IMG element
    3. General inclusion: OBJECT element
      1. The positions of the objects
      2. Object initialization: PARAM element
      3. Global naming schemes for objects
      4. The declaration also initializes the object
    4. Enable applet: APPLET element
    5. Comments on the implemented documents
    6. Navigation maps
      1. Client navigation maps: MAP elements also AREA
      2. Server-side navigation maps
    7. Visual representation of images, objects and applets
      1. Width also height
      2. Space around images also objects
      3. Borders
      4. Alignment
    8. How to specify an alternate text
  14. Style Sheets - Style in HTML documents
    1. Introduction to style sheets
    2. How to add a manner to HTML
      1. Set the default style sheet language
      2. Built-in style info
      3. Style information in title: STYLE element
      4. Types of devices
    3. External Style Sheets
      1. Preferred also alternative style sheets
      2. Specifying external style sheets
    4. Cascading Style Sheets
      1. Cascades that do not depend on devices
      2. Inheritance is also a cascade
    5. How to hide style information from user representatives
    6. Linking style sheets using HTTP headers
  15. Alignment, font styles also have horizontal separators
    1. Formatting
      1. Background paint
      2. Alignment
      3. Attachable objects
    2. Fonts
      1. Elements that define the font style: elements TT , I , B , BIG , SMALL , STRIKE , S also U
      2. Font controls: FONT also BASEFONT
    3. Separators: an element of HR
  16. Frames - Act representation in several windows
    1. Introduction to Frames
    2. Arrangement of frames
      1. FRAMESET element
      2. Element FRAME
    3. Define the purpose of the frame
      1. Set default target for links
      2. Semantics of goals
    4. Alternate Content
      1. Element NOFRAMES
      2. Long descriptions of frames
    5. Built-in frames: the IFRAME element
  17. Forms - User-filled forms: text boxes, buttons, menus, etc.
    1. Introduction to Forms
    2. Control elements
      1. Types of control elements
    3. FORM element
    4. INPUT element
      1. Types of control elements created with the INPUT element
      2. Examples of forms with control elements such as INPUT
    5. BUTTON element
    6. Elements SELECT , OPTGROUP also OPTION
      1. Pre-selected options
    7. Element TEXTAREA
    8. ISINDEX element
    9. Labels
      1. LABEL element
    10. Adding structures to the forms: FIELDSET elements are also LEGEND
    11. Transition of focus to an element
      1. Navigate using the Tab key
      2. Access keys
    12. Disconnected controls are also read-only elements
      1. Disconnected controls
      2. Read-only controls
    13. Sending a form
      1. Form submission method
      2. Successful controls
      3. Finishing the form data
      4. Form content types
  18. Scripts - Animated documents are also intelligent forms
    1. Introduction to scripts
    2. Development of documents for representatives of users supporting scripts
      1. SCRIPT element
      2. Specify the language of the script
      3. Internal events
      4. Dynamic change of documents
    3. Development of documents for representatives of users who do not support scripts in any way
      1. NOSCRIPT element
      2. How to hide the script from user representatives
  19. Background information SGML for HTML - Formal definition of HTML is also a validation
    1. Verifying the correctness of the document
    2. Example of the SGML directory
  20. SGML-HTML 4.0 Announcement
    1. SGML declaration
  21. Document Type Definition
  22. Transitional Document Type Definition
  23. Frameset Document Type Definition
  24. Character entity references in HTML 4.0
    1. Introduction to character
    2. Character entity references for ISO 8859-1 characters
      1. The list of characters
    3. Character entity references for symbols, mathematical symbols, and Greek letters
      1. The list of characters
    4. Character entity references for markup-significant and internationalization characters
      1. The list of characters
  1. Differences between HTML 3.2 and HTML 4.0
    1. Differences in elements
      1. New items
      2. Unwanted elements
      3. Deprecated elements
    2. Differences in attributes
    3. Differences in availability
    4. Differences in metadata
    5. Differences in the text
    6. Differences in references
    7. Differences in tables
    8. Differences in images, objects and navigation maps
    9. Differences in forms
    10. Differences in stylesheets
    11. Differences in frames
    12. Differences in scripts
    13. Differences in internationalization
  2. Performance, Implementation, and Design Notes
    1. Notes on invalid documents
    2. Special characters in URI attribute values
      1. Non-ASCII characters in URI attribute values
      2. Ampersands in URI attribute values
    3. SGML implementation notes
      1. Line breaks
      2. Specifying non-HTML data
      3. SGML features with limited support
      4. Boolean attributes
      5. Marked Sections
      6. Processing Instructions
      7. Shorthand markup
    4. Notes on the search engines engines index your Web site
      1. Search robots
    5. Notes on tables
      1. Design rationale
      2. Recommended Layout Algorithms
    6. Notes on forms
      1. Incremental display
      2. Future projects
    7. Notes on scripting
      1. Reserved syntax for future script macros
    8. Notes on frames
    9. Notes on accessibility
    10. Notes on security
      1. Security issues for forms

References
  1. Normative references
  2. Informative references

Index of elements
Attribute Index
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