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Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris WEB DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN FOUNDATIONS WITH HTML5 Chapter 2 Key Concepts 1 Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris
THE HEADING ELEMENT Heading Level 1 Heading Level 2 Heading Level 3 Heading Level 4 Heading Level 5 Heading Level 6 2
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.2 heading.html 3
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris PARAGRAPH ELEMENT Paragraph element …paragraph goes here… Groups sentences and sections of text together. Configures a blank line above and below the paragraph 4
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.3 paragraph.html 5
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris LINE BREAK ELEMENT Line Break element Stand-alone, or void tag XHTML syntax: HTML syntax: …text goes here This starts on a new line…. Causes the next element or text to display on a new line 6
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.4 linebreakxhtml.html 7
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris BLOCKQUOTE ELEMENT Blockquote element Indents a block of text for special emphasis …text goes here… 8
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.5 blockquote.html 9
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris Indicate the context and meaning of the text PHRASE ELEMENTS ElementExampleUsage bold text Text that has no extra importance but is styled in bold font by usage and convention emphasized text Causes text to be emphasized in relation to other text; usually displayed in italics italicized text Text that has no extra importance but is styled in italics by usage and convention mark text Text that is highlighted in order to be easily referenced (HTML5 only) small text Legal disclaimers and notices (fine print) displayed in small font-size strong text Strong importance; causes text to stand out from surrounding text; usually displayed in bold sub text Displays a subscript as small text below the baseline sup text Displays a superscript as small text above the baseline 10
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HTML LISTS Unordered List Ordered List Description List formerly called a definition list 11
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris UNORDERED LIST Displays a bullet, or list marker, before each entry in the list. Contains the unordered list type attribute determines the type of bullet point default type is disc (but depends on the browser) Contains an item in the list 12
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris UNORDERED LIST EXAMPLE TCP IP HTTP FTP 13
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.6 ulsquare.html 14
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris ORDERED LIST Displays a numbering or lettering system to itemize the information contained in the list Contains the ordered list type attribute determines numbering scheme of list, default is numerals Contains an item in the list 15
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris ORDERED LIST EXAMPLE Apply to school Register for course Pay tuition Attend course 16
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.7 ol.html 17
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris DESCRIPTION LIST Useful to display a list of terms and descriptions or a list of FAQ and answers Contains the description list Contains a term/phrase/sentence Configures empty space above and below the text Contains a description of the term/phrase/sentence Indents the text Configures empty space above and below the text 18
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris DESCRIPTION LIST EXAMPLE IP Internet Protocol TCP Transmission Control Protocol 19
Copyright © Terry Felke-Morris HANDS-ON PRACTICE 2.8 description.html 20
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