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  1. definition ...<dd>...<dt>
  2. Markup, JavaScript APIs, and CSS
  3. jpeg (jpg), gif, png
  4. browsers
  5. lang
  6. alt="" empty (no space)
  7. src, alt, height, width, title
  8. FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
  9. inline
  10. hgroup, time, figure, figcaption
  11. <link rel="stylesheet" href="mystyles.css">
  12. character entities
  13. id, class, title, lang
  14. debug an HTML file
  15. <video src="fileName.mp4"></video>
  16. 65
  17. <embed>
  18. natively
  19. attributes
  20. jQuery
  21. audio/mpeg or audio/x-mpeg
  22. ...when more specific tags don't apply
  23. video/mpeg
  24. H.264, Theora, VP8
  25. <li>
  26. DOM
  27. <a href="index.html#top">Return to Home</a>
  28. nest...Flash
  29. Search Engine Optimization
  30. WebKit
  31. true
  32. ampersand (&), semicolon(;)
  33. www.html5test.com
  34. deprecated
  35. Application Programming Interfaces
  36. false
  37. title
  38. i, b, sub, sup, br
  39. An open source browser engine
  40. Local Area Network (intranet)
  41. jpeg (jpg)
  42. MIME
  43. <dl>, <dt>, <dd>
  44. header, section, article, nav, aside, footer
  45. span
  46. alt
  47. elements
  48. UTF-8
  49. aac
  50. Advanced Audio Coding
  51. <audio src="fileName.mp3"></audio>
  52. test an HTML file
  53. <!-- blah blah blah -->
  54. <script src="myscripts.js"></script>
  55. superset
  56. empty tag
  57. lang
  58. <embed>
  59. Wide Area Network (connects two or more LANs with a router)
  60. space
  61. 2014
  62. <!DOCTYPE html><html></html>
  63. In computing, a uniform resource locator (URL) is a specific character string that constitutes a reference to an Internet resource. A URL is technically a type of uniform resource identifier (URI) but in many technical documents and verbal discussions URL is often used as a synonym for URI
  64. <a> ... <li> ... unordered (<ul>)
  65. WANs
  66. false
  67. png
  68. href
  69. lower, upper
  70. bulleted
  71. <p><a href="#top">Return to top</a></p>
  72. COder/DECoder
  73. <a>
  74. Closing tag does not have a /
  75. 'favicon' adornment in the address bar
  76. application/pdf
  77. Accessibility
  78. CSS
  79. |
  80. abbr, cite, code, dfn, em, kbd, q, samp, strong, var
  81. terms ... descriptions
  82. <br> and <img>
  83. validate an HTML file
  84. singleton
  85. 2022
  86. pre, blockquote, address
  87. WebKit
  88. true
  89. whitespace
  90. Media Player
  91. ../
  92. metadata
  93. true
  94. application/x-shockwave-flash
  95. <ul>
  96. placeholder
  97. DOCTYPE declaration and document tree
  98. charset, name, and content
  99. Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer (IE)
  100. JavaScript APIs
  101. QuickTime
  102. poster
  103. Aptana
  104. div
  105. XHTML
  106. protocol
  107. World Wide Web Consortium
  108. default
  109. pipe
  110. 100
  111. JavaScript
  112. document-relative
  113. Flash Player
  114. MIME means Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, and refers to an official Internet standard that specifies how messages must be formatted so that they can be exchanged between different email systems. MIME is a very flexible format, permitting one to include virtually any type of file or document in an email message. Specifically, MIME messages can contain text, images, audio, video, or other application-specific data.
  115. <meta charset="UTF-8">
  116. description, keywords
  117. document.write()
  118. codecs
  119. meta
  120. <a> ... media ... media player ... type .... MIME
  121. placeholders...<a>...id
  122. title
  123. <img>
  124. gif
  125. true
  126. Boolean
  127. content
  128. Windows Media Audio
  129. ordered and unordered
  130. ico
  131. Miro Converter (www.mirovideoconverter.com)
  132. root
  133. root-relative
  134. head and body
  135. root
  136. <ol>
  137. Incorrect nesting: the <i> pair must be fully enclosed in the <p> pair
  138. mp3
  139. title
  140. double quotes
  141. pound...hash...number...octothorpe
  142. Cross-browser compatibility
  143. unordered
  144. absolute
  145. audio/x-wave