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any reference is indicated


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


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


is used to insert applets on a Web page.


bullish text


determines the basic font size.


changes the font size.


used to highlight citations.


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


breaks the text into lines.


is used to create a table header.


sets the italic spelling of text fragments.


a piece of computer code is determined.


description of the definition list.


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


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


is designed to create a definition list on the page.


denotes the title for the definition list.


sets the italic spelling for characters.


is used to insert multimedia on a Web page.


is used to work with symbols.


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


breaks the page into frames.


create a title.


is designed to store the service information of the page.


adds a horizontal line.


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


sets the italic spelling for characters.


places an internal frame on the page.


is intended for placing an image on a page.


selects the text entered by the user.


used when compiling the list.


is used to add a crawl to an HTMl document.


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


is intended for inserting multimedia objects.


creates numbered lists.


denotes a new paragraph.


It is used to specify the parameters for playing multimedia.


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


allows you to emphasize the text.


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


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


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


allows you to change the font size.


crosses out the text.


makes the text boldface.


adds respectively the upper initial indexes.


forms a table.


joins the table elements into groups.


forms the cell of the table.


is used to apply a text field to a page.


Creates a table header group.


describes the title of the table.


anologhenic <TFOOT> (see above)


is intended to indicate the name of the whole page.


forms a row for the table.


underlines the text.


Used when creating bulleted lists.


is intended for the application of variables.