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uilding on with XHTML Building on with XHTML Mary ET Boyle, Ph.D. Department of Cognitive Science
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Block-level elements describe blocks of content. <p> element: Element Name Divides content into paragraphs. <br /> element: sed to break up sections of text. <p> … </p> <br /> h1> </h1> to <h6> </h6> Used to break up sections of text. Creates a single carriage return. <h1> element: eading elements used to label <h1> … </h1> to <h6> … </h6> <hr /> <div> … </div> Heading elements used to label section heading of a document. <hr /> element: orizontal rule element creates Horizontal rule element creates a visible horizontal line used to define sections of a document. <div> element: Used to divide a document into sections of content.
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Character-level elements: describe the text itself Presentation style formatting elements <b> element: <b> … </b> <big> … </big> i> </i> Bold font style <big> element: creases current font size <i> … </i> <small> … </small> <sub> … </sub> Increases current font size <i> element: Italic font style <sup> … </sup> <small> element: Decreases current font size <sub> element: Subscripted text <sup> element: Superscripted text
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ogical Text Formatting Logical Text Formatting Logical Styles describe the meaning of <cite> element: the style more than the actual format. <cite> … </cite> <code> … </code> Defines a citation <code> element: resents computer code <em> … </em> <strong> … </strong> Presents computer code <em> element: Emphasis. In most browsers,
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