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Chapter 2 web HTML

Alignment Position of text in a paragraph relative to the sides of the page: left, right, centered, and justified
Attribute Used to modify an element in an HTML tag
Document tags The HTML, head , title, and body tags.
Element The part of an HTML tag placed inside angle brackets (<>). For example, is called the title tag, where title is the element</body>
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) A set of tags used to "mark up" plain text so that a browser application knows how to display the text
Hypertext A database system where objects, such as text and images, can be linked
Ordered List A list that is used to show a priority of importance
Table Arranges data in an HTML document
Tag Comprised of an element inside angle brackets that is used to "mark up" plain text to that a browser application knows how to display the text
Unordered List A list that is used when each item is equally important
HTML tag (body) Defines the body section, which contains the document's content
HtML tag (br) Moves a line of text within a paragraph to the next line
HTML tag (!-comment--) Explains and clarifies HTML to the reader
HTML tag (head) Defines the section that indicates information about the document, including its title
HTML tag (hr) Displays a line in the browser window. Attributes include width, align, and size
HTML tag (html) Indicates that the file contains HTML
HTML tag (li) Defines the start and end of an item
HTML tag (ol) Defines the start and end of a numbered list
HTML tag (ul) defines the start and end of a bulleted list
HTML tag (title) Display the document title in the title bar of the browser window. Must be in the head section of an HTML document
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