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Tag

Appointment

<A>

any reference is indicated

<ABBR>

allocates an abbreviation, for example: WWW, FTP, etc.

<ACRONYM>

indicates the acronyms, ie the words created from the first letters of the word combinations.

<APPLET>

is used to insert applets on a Web page.

<B>

bullish text

<BASEFONT>

determines the basic font size.

<BIG>

changes the font size.

<blockquote>

used to highlight citations.

<BODY>

Creates a page structure and is designed to display the page in the browser screen.

<BR>

breaks the text into lines.

<CAPTION>

is used to create a table header.

<CITE>

sets the italic spelling of text fragments.

<CODE>

a piece of computer code is determined.

<DD>

description of the definition list.

<DFN>

is similar to the <CITE> tag (see above)

<DIV>

formats the paragraph, where the vertical margin is normal (in contrast to the paragraph).

<DL>

is designed to create a definition list on the page.

<DT>

denotes the title for the definition list.

<EM>

sets the italic spelling for characters.

<EMBER>

is used to insert multimedia on a Web page.

<FONT>

is used to work with symbols.

<FORM>

is used to set up forms on a page (feedback from site visitors).

<FRAMEZET>

breaks the page into frames.

<H1>

create a title.

<HEAD>

is designed to store the service information of the page.

<HR>

adds a horizontal line.

<HTML>

indicates to the browser that the document belongs to the HTML language.

<I>

sets the italic spelling for characters.

<IFRAME>

places an internal frame on the page.

<IMG>

is intended for placing an image on a page.

<KBD>

selects the text entered by the user.

<LI>

used when compiling the list.

<MARQUEE>

is used to add a crawl to an HTMl document.

<META>

It is used for encoding a page, storing information about a document, creating a description for search engines.

<OBJECT>

is intended for inserting multimedia objects.

<OL>

creates numbered lists.

<P>

denotes a new paragraph.

<PARAM>

It is used to specify the parameters for playing multimedia.

<PRE>

is intended for inclusion in a page of pre-formatted HTML-documents or their elements.

<S>

allows you to emphasize the text.

<SAMP>

does in the program code examples that need to be displayed in the browser screen.

<SCRIPT>

serves for the application of documents written in the language of JavaScript.

<SELECT>

Creates drop-down lists in forms, for example, for visitors to choose from the suggested options.

<SMALL>

allows you to change the font size.

<STRIKE>

crosses out the text.

<STRONG>

makes the text boldface.

<SUB> <SUP>

adds respectively the upper initial indexes.

<TABLE>

forms a table.

<TBODY>

joins the table elements into groups.

<TD>

forms the cell of the table.

<TEXTAREA>

is used to apply a text field to a page.

<TFOOT>

Creates a table header group.

<TH>

describes the title of the table.

<THEAD>

anologhenic <TFOOT> (see above)

<TITLE>

is intended to indicate the name of the whole page.

<TR>

forms a row for the table.

<U>

underlines the text.

<UL>

Used when creating bulleted lists.

<VAR>

is intended for the application of variables.