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  1. scripts that add interactivity, and keywords to help search engines find the page.
  2. Surrounds content that's visible on the Web page when viewed in a Web browser.
  3. dollar symbol, the registered trademark (a capital R within a circle), and accented letters.
  4. semicolon (;).
  5. users click to invoke a command.
  6. <meta charset="UTF-8">
  7. Generally used to «anchor» a URL to text or an image; can also create a named «anchor» within a document to allow for linking to sections of the document.
  8. their parent tags.
  9. highly detailed vector documents
  10. small print, like a copyright line.
  11. Displays a set of controls for playing, pausing, and stopping the video, and controlling the volume
  12. Defines text as a paragraph.
  13. language or rules specified in the declaration.
  14. fraction of a known range.
  15. Creates a heading, which can be first level (h1) through sixth level (h6).
  16. <!doctype html>
  17. Dollar symbol ($), and its numerical code is &#36;
  18. <audio src="x.mp3" controls="controls">
    </audio>
  19. do not support the <video> element.
  20. Displays the title of the Web page, which appears at the top of the Web browser, usually on the page's tab in a tabbed browser.
  21. scalable objects that resize to best fit the screen on which they're viewed, whether a PC screen or a smartphone.
  22. do not support the <audio> element.
  23. inserted into a document.
  24. the pages you see on the Web.
  25. bandwidth needed to transmit the file.
  26. «strong» element"
  27. slash before the keyword.
  28. a task towards completion.
  29. end tag.
  30. OGG, MP3, and WAV.
  31. <html>, <head>, <title>, and <body>
  32. each SVG object.
  33. to place one element inside another.
  34. highlighting text on a page.
  35. the keyword "doctype" can be uppercase or lowercase.
  36. <h1>Pet Care 101</h1>
  37. <tag attribute="value">
  38. maintain quality even when enlarged.
  39. registered trademark symbol (®), and its numerical code is &#174;
  40. top of the page.
  41. Start playing the video automatically upon page load
  42. SVG.
  43. embedded object within an HTML document. Use this element to embed multimedia (like audio, video, Java applets, ActiveX, PDF, and Flash) in your web pages.
  44. tags.
  45. <body onload = "f1();">
  46. best choice for multiple browser compatibility.
  47. Microsoft Paint
  48. a reference to a DTD.
  49. character encoding.
  50. «datetime» attribute.
  51. var canvas = document.getElementById("smlRectangle");
  52. compressing data.
  53. «attributes», which are modifiers of HTML elements that provide additional information.
  54. importance.
  55. every Web page.
  56. Euro symbol (€), and its numerical code is &#8364;
  57. Web browser on a computer or a mobile device.
  58. your project, and your skill level in one or the other.
  59. bandwidth.
  60. specify the video format.
  61. lines and curves based on mathematical expressions.
  62. incorporate videos in HTML documents using minimal code.
  63. JavaScript and to add it to the Document Object Model (DOM).
  64. DTD
  65. extensions of elements.
  66. the <del> tag instead for small amounts of text, or use CSS for large blocks of text.
  67. canvas is supported.
  68. Web page.
  69. to change the look and feel of text, images, and other Web content separates style from content.
  70. <time datetime="2013">
    <time datetime="2013-04">
    <time datetime="04-15">
  71. before or after the image.
  72. <audio controls="controls">
    <source src="x.ogg" type="audio/ogg" />
    <source src="x.mp3" type="audio/mp3" />
    </audio>
  73. deleted from a document.
  74. shapes.
  75. horizontal line.
  76. meaning or functionality in HTML5.
  77. element. An element can describe content, insert graphics, and create hyperlinks.
  78. keyword surrounded by angled brackets.
  79. include end tags
  80. they do what you intended.
  81. definition.
  82. <p>Make sure your pet has plenty of <i><b>fresh water</b></i> during hot weather.</p>
  83. <video src="/videos/x.mp4" width="400" height="300" poster="x.jpg" autoplay="autoplay" controls="controls" loop="loop">
    </video>
  84. <img src="images/redball.jpg" alt="Red ball graphic" />
  85. src, alt, height, width, ismap, usemap
  86. are modifiers of HTML elements that provide additional information.
  87. <command>, <mark>, and <time>, <meter> and <progress>..
  88. time or date, which can be made machine-readable with the «datetime» attribute.
  89. pixels.
  90. fallback content
  91. <a href="http://www.xpto.com">This is a link.</a>
  92. the type of figure you want to use in an HTML document, such as an illustration or photo.
  93. the attribute.
  94. mobile devices.
  95. «entity» name and a numerical code.
  96. Percent symbol (%), and its numerical code is &#37;
  97. <img src="http://www.example.com/mrkt/images/bluelogo.png" alt="Company XYZ blue logo" />
  98. webpage into your HTML document.
  99. img element.
  100. raster (or bitmap) and vector
  101. most browsers use UTF-8.
  102. piece of computer code.
  103. a video file to be played in an HTML document.
  104. draw pixel-based shapes on a canvas that include color, gradients, and pattern fills.
  105. browsers and devices
  106. <figure>
    <img src="x.jpg" alt="xxx" width="100" height="125"/>
    <img src="y.jpg" alt="yyy" width="100" height="125"/>
    <img src="z.jpg" alt="zzz" width="100" height="125"/>
    <figcaption>xxx yyy zzz ytytytt</figcaption>
    </figure>
  107. combination of tags and the content they enclose.
  108. <p>Your dog is a <mark style="background-color:orange;"> friend for life</mark>.
  109. CSS instead.
  110. Office PowerPoint
  111. poster, autoplay, controls, loop
  112. <svg id="svgpurpball" height="200" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
    <circle id="purpball" cx="40" cy="40" r="40" fill="purple" />
    </svg>
  113. text with various embellishments, and animate objects by making them move, change scale, and so on.
  114. check and validate HTML code.
  115. WebM, although WebM is used less than 10 percent of the time.
  116. the <ul> tag instead.
  117. context.fillRect(10, 20, 200, 100);
  118. <canvas id="smlRectangle" height="100" width="200"> Your browser does not support the canvas tag. </canvas>
  119. the top of the page in the head element.
  120. <b>, although they seem to produce nearly identical results.
  121. Web browsers and mobile devices.
  122. alternate voice or mood, like spoken text.
  123. easily in an editing tool.
  124. displaying real-time data output
  125. image, text, or some other HTML content within the canvas element that will display if the drawing cannot.
  126. provide multimedia from a Web browser without the need for plugins.
  127. HTML page's language and DTD
  128. you use it to describe (mark up) pieces of content to display on a Web page.
  129. opening or start tag
  130. deprecation. (The same thing applies
    to attributes.)
  131. PNG, GIF, and BMP
  132. anywhere you would insert a PNG, JPG, or GIF
  133. flexibility.
  134. control of the type of image you are displaying and the ability to include captions.
  135. graphics, and uses JavaScript to draw the graphics dynamically.
  136. inside a tag.
  137. uppercase or lowercase.
  138. id, lang, and class, etc
  139. uniform resource locator (URL) that points to the audio file.
  140. appear on a Web page.
  141. Repeats the video
  142. "see" pixels in images.
  143. the <code> tag or CSS instead.
  144. people with disabilities. People with limited vision may use a screen reader, which reads aloud the alternate text for each image.
  145. keywords that help to give an HTML page structure.
  146. replace controls="controls" with simply «controls». The same principle applies to the «autoplay» and «loop» attributes.
  147. Copyright symbol (©), and its numerical code is &#169;
  148. <canvas id="smlRectangle" height="100" width="200"></canvas>
    <!-- This element creates your drawing pad. -->
  149. offset text without conveying importance, such as for keywords or product names.
  150. <figure>
    <img src="doghappy.jpg" alt="Happy dog" width="100" height="125" />
    <figcaption>Happy dogs are good dogs</figcaption>
    </figure>
  151. HTML 4.
  152. the <object> tag instead.
  153. <video width="400" height="300" poster="x.png" autoplay="autoplay" controls="controls" loop="loop">
    <source src="x.mp4" type="video/mp4"/>
    <source src="x.ogv" type='video/ogg codecs="theora, vorbis"'/>
    </video>
  154. images in a Web page.
  155. The process of incorporating entities in a Web page.
  156. <em>, <strong>, <code>, <samp>, <kbd>, <var>
  157. the ability to easily add multiple images side by side.
  158. a caption for the figure.
  159. Identifies the page as an HTML document.
  160. select an older version of the browser to see how a page renders.
  161. <acronym>, <applet>, <basefont>, <big>, <center>, <dir>, <font>, <frame>, <frameset>, <noframes>, <strike>, <tt>
  162. closing or end tag.
  163. the latest HTML elements.
  164. • MP4 or H.264
    • OGG + Theora with Vorbis audio
    • WebM + VP8
  165. drawing, rendering, and manipulating images and graphics dynamically in HTML5.
  166. bgcolor, bordercolor, bordercolorlight, bordercolordark
  167. XML
  168. CSS for efficiency.
  169. Degree symbol (°), and its numerical code is &#176;
  170. bit rate
  171. head element of your HTML document, or in an external file.
  172. specify the codec(s), if applicable.
  173. include multiple formats in your markup.
  174. renders (interprets and reproduces) the content of the page.
  175. emphatic stress/Emphasized text.
  176. doctype declaration at the top.
  177. Contains markup and code used by the browser, such as scripts that add interactivity, and keywords to help search engines find the page. Content in the <head> tag can also include formatting styles for the page.
  178. search engines produce better
    search results.
  179. context = canvas.getContext("2d");
  180. canvas.
  181. <head> tag
  182. renders as expected for the widest audience.
  183. music and other sounds, in HTML documents.
  184. load, play, and pause videos, as well as setting duration and volume.
  185. <video src="intro.mp4" width="400" height="300">
    </video>
  186. the <abbr> tag instead.
  187. using the <object> or <embed> tags.
  188. very top of almost every HTML document.
  189. Inserts an image from a file or another Web site.
  190. line break
  191. degrade as it continually adds objects to the DOM.
  192. scalable vector graphic shapes, but you can create images and text as well.
  193. functionality of Web pages or streamline the markup.
  194. mobile device like a smartphone.
  195. <source src="intro.mp4" type="video/mp4" />
  196. .htm or .html file extension.
  197. Document Type Definition.
  198. create and edit HTML documents.
  199. Displays a static image file before the video loads
  200. Applies boldface to text.
  201. 2D graphics in Extensible Markup Language (XML).
  202. drawing instructions rather than an image file.
  203. context.strokeStyle = "red";
    context.strokeRect(10,20,200,100);
  204. context.fillStyle = "rgb(0,0,255)";