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  1. spam and malicious content that can make its way to the server or the recipient of the form's data.
  2. <td> tag.
  3. Defines a table column
  4. <form id="contact" method="post" action="">
    <fieldset>
    <label for="name">Name</label>
    <input type="text" name="name" />
    </fieldset>
    </form>
  5. «novalidate attribute»
  6. reversed, start number, type.
  7. type="circle".
  8. id or class attribute.
  9. Defines content that's separate from but related to the page content; similar to a sidebar in book chapters and magazine articles
  10. alert the user with an error message to fix these issues.
  11. divide different parts of a one-page Web site or to create a portfolio of images.
  12. Defines a header for a document or section; may contain introductory content or navigation links
  13. A Boolean attribute that specifies the user may enter multiple values
  14. «on»
  15. organize and display information in a grid format.
  16. Defines an article, such as a magazine or newspaper article, blog post, or similar content
  17. Specifies the type of input element to display (button, checkbox, color, date, datetime, datetime-local, email, file, hidden, image, month, number, password, radio, range, reset, search, submit, tel, text, time, url, week)
  18. the focus to a particular input field when a Web page loads.
  19. "falls back" to an alternate display, a different form of input, or what have you.
  20. box around individual elements and/or around the entire form
  21. bulleted list.
  22. style="textalign:center"
  23. Specifies the HTTP (transmission) method used for sending form data to a Web address
  24. all navigation links, just major blocks of links.
  25. Specifies the value of an input element
  26. a document, section, or article.
  27. accept, alt, autocomplete, autocomplete, checked, disabled, form, formaction, formenctype, formmethod, formnovalidate, formtarget, height, list, max, min, multiple, pattern, placeholder, readonly, required, size, src, step, type, value, width
  28. enters into fields in a Web or client application form.
  29. Defines a section in a document, such as chapters, parts of a thesis, or parts of a Web page whose content is distinct from each other
  30. column headings (bolded by default).
  31. col, colgroup, caption, table, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead, tr
  32. context menus, lists of form controls and commands, toolbars, and similar items.
  33. <th> tag
  34. can be used with any HTML element.
  35. Specifies the height of an input element; used only with input type="image"
  36. create custom validity rules and response messages, or to determine if an element is invalid.
  37. Restricts an input field to read-only
  38. Displays list entries in a bulleted list.
  39. Specifies the encoding type for form data when submitting the data to a server; used only for method="post"
  40. Defines a table
  41. <ol>
    <li>Chocolate chip cheesecake</li>
    <li>Strawberry delight</li>
    <li>Italian creme</li>
    </ol>
  42. multiple times in an HTML document.
  43. label for each field.
  44. <input name="fName" placeholder="First Name" />
  45. attribute to change the nature of the bullets.
  46. <form> start and end tags.
  47. format and usable before sending the data to the server.
  48. "sticky footers."
  49. • Required fields are empty
    • Email addresses are valid
    • Dates are valid
    • Text does not appear in a numeric field or vice versa
  50. set of navigation links as your document's primary navigation, a table of contents, breadcrumbs in a footer, or Previous Home-Next links.
  51. <table> tag.
  52. A Boolean attribute that prevents validation when submitting input
  53. Specifies file types the server accepts; used only for type="file"
  54. Specifies whether autocomplete is on or off in a form or input field; can be "on" for specific input fields and "off" for the form, or vice versa
  55. entering a single Web address
  56. build a form's interface and ensure that information is collected from users consistently.
  57. Defines a group of rows in a table for formatting and scrolling purposes
  58. <nav>
    <a href="/hiphop/">Hip-Hop</a>
    <a href="/modern/">Modern</a>
    </nav>
  59. group related elements.
  60. grid.
  61. display the last row.
  62. Specifies a keyword that indicates where to display the response received after submitting the form
  63. Specifies the Web address to which form data is sent
  64. organization but not presentation.
  65. start="5" in the <ol> tag. Replace the current <ol> tag with this: <ol start="5">
  66. A Boolean attribute that specifies that the
    form data (user input) should not be validated when submitted;
  67. Defines a group of columns in a table
  68. Disables an input element
  69. Defines an area for contact information for a page or section
  70. the bottom (or foot) of the document - you need to use CSS to instruct the browser where to display the footer.
  71. single email address or a list of email addresses
  72. Specifies the name of a form, which is used to reference form data after a form is submitted
  73. Specifies whether autocomplete is on or off in a form or input field; can be "on" for specific input fields and "off" for the form, or vice versa
  74. Defines a group of footer rows in a table for formatting and scrolling purposes
  75. <tr> tag
  76. <hr /> tag before and after the aside content
  77. Contains additional details pertinent to text around it; creates an interactive widget a user can display or hide
  78. To log in a Web site (server, or network);
    To collect contact information (such as name, email address, phone number, and mailing address); To sign up for emails or newsletters from an organization; To capture user comments after an article; To select preferences; To enter reservation information;
  79. syndication, so think of it as content that makes sense on its own.
  80. Defines a block of navigation links
  81. browser checks the data the user inputs.
  82. easier to understand.
  83. Specifies alternate text for images; used only for type="image"; commonly used when creating a custom Submit button from your own image file.
  84. Provides a format (a regular expression) for the input field; the input element's value is checked against the expression
  85. decimal numbers
  86. <input id="country" name="country" size="30" list="countries" />
    <datalist id="countries">
    <option value="United States">
    <option value="Canada">
    <option value="United Kingdom">
    </datalist>
  87. the hexadecimal code.
  88. the server validates data received from an input form.
  89. uppercase Roman numerals, and the value "i" uses lowercase Roman numerals.
  90. <thead>, <tfoot>, and <tbody> tags.
  91. <form>
    <input name="search" required>
    <input type="submit" value="Search">
    </form>
  92. A Boolean attribute, specifies that a control
    is to be focused, or selected, as soon as the
    page loads
  93. Defines a table header cell
  94. information is collected from users consistently.
  95. prompt users to enter text they want to search for.
  96. <div> tags needed in an HTML document.
  97. autocomplete and novalidate.
  98. text, search, url, telephone, email, and password.
  99. It displays items with their definitions below the list item and indented.
  100. Displays a key word or short phrase that describes the expected value of an input field, such as "Email" for an email input field; placeholder disappears when user enters data
  101. Defines a table cell
  102. entering data or when they click the submit button.
  103. defines the definition list.
  104. "square" to the <ul> tag, and for empty circles add type="circle".
  105. information in a field when the form is submitted.
  106. number or letter.
  107. Specifies the width of an input element; used only with input type="image"
  108. <dl>
    <dt>Strawberry delight</dt>
    <dd>Strawberry meringue buttercream with tiny wild strawberries</dd>
    </dl>
  109. Separate content that is independent from the rest of the content OR plan to syndicate a block of content => USE «article»
    Create a sidebar => USE «aside»
    Wrap and position multiple sections that are not related to div each other OR add a drop shadow to or border around an item => USE «div»
  110. Specifies the maximum value for an input element (date, number)
  111. Defines a table row
  112. text displayed inside an input field when the field is empty.
  113. Specifies the encoding type for form data when submitting the data to a server; used only for method="post"
  114. a document or section, and typically contains information about the document or section, such as the author name, copyright data, links to related documents...
  115. indented on the left and right.
  116. Specifies the minimum value for an input element (date, number)
  117. <p>Cupcake flavors:</p>
    <ul type="square">
    <li>Strawberry delight</li>
    <li>Chocolate chip cheesecake</li>
    </ul>
  118. Groups headings and subheadings (using the <h1> to <h6> tags) for multi-level headings
  119. sending the data to the server.
  120. create a search feature for a Web page.
  121. marks each term in the item
  122. empty fields that need to be populated.
  123. defines each description
  124. style="color:blue; text-align:center"
  125. Unordered list.
  126. <input type="number"> construct.
  127. <div> tag at the beginning and end of the form to separate it from other content.
  128. lists.
  129. CSS properties and values, separated by semicolons.
  130. Orders the list entries using numbers, by default.
  131. <table border="1">
    <tr><th>Quarter</th><th>Total Sales</th></tr>
    <tr><td>Q1</td><td>$4,349</td></tr>
    <tr><td>Q2</td><td>$2,984</td></tr>
    <tr><td>Q3</td><td>$3,570</td></tr>
    <tr><td>Q4</td><td>$7,215</td></tr>
    </table>
  132. stored in a database or forwarded to a recipient.
  133. Specifies where to display the response received after submitting the form (_blank, _self, _parent, _top)
  134. header and footer.
  135. forms.
  136. an entire column.
  137. block of navigation links.
  138. <li>, which indicates an ordinary list item.
  139. <hgroup>
    <h1>Hip-Hop Dance Routines</h1>
    <h3>The Eight-Count Method</h3>
    </hgroup>
  140. caption above or below the table.
  141. Defines a possible line break; when a word is very long, or you're concerned the browser will break a line at the wrong place, you can use the <wbr> element to break the word or line appropriately
  142. Defines a group of heading rows in a table for formatting and scrolling purposes
  143. formatting to the group rather than just a column.
  144. two <form> tags.
  145. columns, and displays data in a grid.
  146. Specifies the Web address of the image
    used as a submit button; used only for type="image"
  147. <input type="url"> construct
  148. Defines a visible heading for a details element; user can click to display or hide information
  149. Specifies the width of an input element, in number of characters
  150. Refers to a «datalist element» that contains predefined content to autocomplete input, such as selecting an item from a dropdown list
  151. Specifies the form (or multiple forms) an input element belongs to
  152. drop-down list of options to select from.
  153. current topic but would interrupt the flow of the document if left inline.
  154. <input type="email" required />
  155. related content.
  156. specific information in HTML documents.
  157. Defines a footer for a document or section; may include the document author, contact information, copyright information, and links to terms of use
  158. commands, usually with buttons.
  159. A Boolean attribute that requires an input field to be filled out before submitting the form
  160. client application users.
  161. type="A" in the <ol> tag, like this: <ol type="A">
  162. Specifies the accepted number of intervals for an input element; can be used with the min and max attributes to create a range of values
  163. <address>, <article>, <aside>, <details>, <footer>, <header>, <hgroup>, <nav>, <section>, <summary>, <wbr>
  164. start value of the ordered list
  165. magazine article, a blog entry, or content for an RSS feed.
  166. <section>
    <h1>Eight Count</h1>
    <p>Hip-hop dance instructors often teach moves that have eight counts per set.</p>
    </section>
  167. <nav>
    <a href="www.x.com/Services">Previous</a> |
    <a href="www.x.com">Home</a> |
    <a href="www.x.com/About">Next</a>
    </nav>
    <br />
  168. Specifies the Web address of the file that will process the input control when the form is submitted
  169. <ul>
    <li>Strawberry delight</li>
    <li>Chocolate chip cheesecake</li>
    <li>Italian creme</li>
    </ul>
  170. input fields for a user to enter data
  171. validate whatever is entered into the field.
  172. «hgroup element» to group headings.
  173. «section element» for any content that could be syndicated
  174. other structure-related elements, mainly that it contain at least one heading and that it define something that would appear in the document's outline.
  175. <input type="text" name="fname"
    autofocus="autofocus" />
  176. making content from one Web site available to many Web sites.
  177. «header», «footer», «section», «nav», «article», and «aside».
  178. order of the list, in descending order;
  179. "self-contained composition" that is independent from the rest of the content in the document.
  180. sense to humans, programs, and Web browsers.
  181. Specifies a set of character encodings the
    server accepts
  182. <input type= "text" name= "zipcode" pattern= "[0-9] {5}" title= "Five-digit zip code" />
  183. submission to the server.
  184. verifying that information entered or captured in a form is in the correct format and usable before sending the data to the server.
  185. Notepad or Notepad++ text editors, the HTMLKit or KompoZer HTML editors, or development tools like Microsoft Visual Studio, Visual Studio for Web, or Microsoft Expression Web.
  186. scripting that was required in HTML 4.01 and previous versions.
  187. <colgroup>
    <col span="2" style="background-color:red"/>
    <col style="background-color:yellow"/>
    </colgroup>
  188. Marks text as a table caption
  189. error message from the browser if you enter a number that's too small or too large.
  190. doesn't follow the pattern expression.
  191. accept-charset, action, autocomplete, enctype, method, name, novalidate, target
  192. document, such as a chapter, parts of a thesis, or parts of a Web page whose content is distinct from each other.
  193. Specifies that an input element be preselected upon page load;
    used only for type="checkbox" or type="radio"
  194. <input type="text" id="empID" name="EmployeeID" required pattern="[A-Z]{2}[0-9]{4}" title="Employee ID is two capital letters followed by four digits"/>
  195. scroll between them.
  196. Ordered list.