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  1. The element used for basic text communication<link>


  2. Used for definitions<dfn>


  3. HTML comment structure&nbsp;


  4. An illustration, diagram, photo, code listing or the like that is referred to from the main content of the document<th>


  5. Used to create a 'column' in a table<tr>


  6. Element used to insert a picture into a web page<img>


  7. Element used to define a custom region in a web page in a 'block' (vertical) arrangement<span>


  8. Element used to access an icon<link>


  9. A ___ element is commonly used to identify a related control in a form. To associate it with a given control, you use the ____ attribute of the label to specify the ___ value of the control.<label> ... for ... id


  10. Used to create a 'description list'<dt>


  11. Used to create drawing regions within a web page<tr>


  12. A composition like an article in a newspaper<article>


  13. Element often used to provide access to a YouTube video or MP3 file<embed>


  14. Provides the masthead area<header>


  15. Element used to create 'widgits' that a user can interact with, usually to provide the computer with information<td>


  16. Used to provide 'fancy' quotation marks (curly quotes)<q>


  17. Inline element for bolding<i>


  18. Three tags: easiest way to add a video or audio element to your web pages<video>, <audio>, <source>


  19. Defines the bulk of the region seen by users<textarea>


  20. Element used to define global information about an HTML document<img>


  21. The highest ranking (largest) heading element<h1>


  22. Generic region in a page that doesn't indicate the type of content<li>


  23. Used to show keyboard entries<kbd>


  24. Embeds a media object in a web page<html>


  25. Used to show strong emphasis<blockquote>


  26. Creates a basic perimeter defining a region for user input; houses the user 'controls'<form>


  27. Puts the core description of the web page in the browser frame, used by search engines, placed in the head of the web page<meta>


  28. Defines the dialect of HTML as HTML5<i>


  29. Define a region of computer instructions or references to computer instructions within a web page<script>


  30. Creates a label for a fieldset within its perimeter to identify the information therein<style>


  31. A term in a 'description list'<dd>


  32. Used to show computer variables<kbd>


  33. Ampersand symbol&


  34. Defines a group of options in a 'drop-down' list<option>


  35. Used to create a group of one or more rows into a table header<tfoot>


  36. Caption that identifies a figure<!-- -->


  37. Creates choices in a 'drop-down' list<optgroup>


  38. Defines the scope of the web page<a>


  39. Element used to move to another web page<br>


  40. Date or time that can be parsed by a browser<blockquote>


  41. Boolean attribute causing an option to be shown as loaded<br>


  42. Provides 'fodder' for the media player used to open a file<param>


  43. Used to showcase contact information<blockquote>


  44. Creates a visual perimeter around an area (for proximity purposes)<fieldset>


  45. A description in a 'description list'<dl>


  46. Used for generic emphasis, could be confused with a unit of measure for fonts<canvas>


  47. Create a special region a user can 'press' that can contain text, formatted text, images, or other HTML elements<button>


  48. Used to define abbreviations<dfn>


  49. Used to create an array of rows and columns<table>


  50. Used to showcase computer code<code>


  51. Creates a numerical list<nav>


  52. Used to declare 'keywords' in a web page<meta>


  53. Used to showcase a quote<code>


  54. Used to create a header cell in a table row or column<table>


  55. Defines the 'brain area' of the web page<head>


  56. Defines a region of styles within the brains area of the web page<style>


  57. Used to preserve a user's requested format for text, in a monospaced font<pre>


  58. Element used to connect an external style sheet<a>


  59. Groups one or more rows into a table footer<br>


  60. Two or more headings that form a composite headingvalue


  61. Groups the rows between the header and footer into a table body<img>


  62. Creates a 'drop-down' list with user options<select>


  63. Region for a sidebar<nav>


  64. Region for footnotes<aside>


  65. Attribute used to merge a group of columns into a single cellcolspan


  66. The lowest ranking (smallest) heading element<h6>


  67. _____ tags are often (always?) nested in the <map> tag code block and define _____ regions in a base image for ______<style>


  68. Used to create a row in a table<td>


  69. Used to declare a 'description' of a web page, used to populate a search-engine's results page<td>


  70. An _____ element is coded in a block element and doesn't begin on a new line<img>


  71. Attribute used to merge a group of rows into a single cell<thead>


  72. Element used to move to a new line<link>


  73. An item in a list, despite the type of list<html>


  74. Attribute defining what an option returnsvalue


  75. Inline element used to show the exponent in a math expression<sup>


  76. Used to create placeholders (anchors) with a page<a>


  77. Inline element used to show the 2 in the chemical formula for water: H20<sup>


  78. Non-breaking space&


  79. Inline element for italics<i>


  80. Creates a region to identify the type of user input requested<li>


  81. Creates a bulletted list<ul>


  82. Used to cite a bibliographic citation like a book title<cite>


  83. An example of an 'empty' element used to start a new line<br>


  84. Used to mark a sequence of characters (sample) that has no other meaning<hgroup>


  85. HTML character entity for the '&' symbol&amp;


  86. Defines a large region for text input<b>


  87. Element used to define a custom region in a web page in an 'inline' (horizontal) arrangement<span>


  88. Region for a list of links<footer>