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  1. Tags used to start and end a definition list
  2. A solid color, a picture, or a graphic against which the other elements on the Web page appear.
  3. The part of the Web page that contains the information that is displayed in the browser window.
  4. A compressed format that allows computers to display and manipulate text
  5. Used to set off paragraphs of text or different sections of a page.
  6. An inline image that includes motion and can change in appearance
  7. A graphic image saved using a lossy compression technique that discards some data during the compression process and is best suited for images with smooth variations of tone and color
  8. Used to support frames on a Web page, also allows the use of deprecated tags although the frame tags have been eliminated by HTML5.
  9. Formats information using small images called bullets
  10. Specified when you want to prohibit the use of deprecated tags
  11. The title is the name assigned to the page if a user adds the page to the browser's list.
  12. Allows the use of deprecated tags
  13. A third kind of list which offsets information in a dictionary-like style
  14. A basic text editor that you can use for simple documents or for creating Web pages using HTML.
  15. Makes it easy to change formats quickly across Web pages
  16. Tags that are used at the start and end of an ordered or numbered list
  17. The image or graphic file is not part of the HTML file
  18. No matter what type of style sheet you use, you must use this to define the style. It is made up of a selector and a declaration.
  19. The default text format used for the main content of a Web page
  20. Defines additional characteristics for the HTML tags
  21. Tags that indicate the title of the Web page, which appears on the browser title bar and taskbar when the Web page is displayed in the browser window
  22. Tags that the W3C has earmarked for eventual removal from their specifications, because those tags have been replaced with newer, more functional tags, attributes, or CSS properties
  23. Tag used to declare the character encoding UTF-8
  24. A rule that defines the appearance of an element on a Web page
  25. Six-digit codes that can be used to specify a color for a background, text, or links
  26. Causes text lines to break at the right edge of the window and appear on a new line, so all entered text is visible in the Notepad++ window.
  27. Tags that contain the Web page title and other document header information.
  28. Lines that are displayed across a Web page to separate different sections of the page
  29. The text that appears on the title bar and taskbar of the browser window when the Web page appears.
  30. A tag used to tell the browser which HTML or XHTML version and type the document uses
  31. An area of an image that activates a function when selected
  32. The part of the style statement that identifies how the element(s) should appear
  33. Tags that must be at the start and end of an unordered or bulleted list
  34. The code or instructions used to create a Web page or program
  35. A special type of inline image in which you define one or more areas as hotspots
  36. Formats information in a series using numbers or letters
  37. A style that changes a specific tag but does not affect other tags in the document
  38. The part of the style statement that identifies the page element
  39. Tags that contain the main content of the Web page
  40. A lossless compressed file format that supports multiple colors and resolutions - patent-free alternative to the GIF format
  41. A Web page that appears each time Internet Explorer starts
  42. Used with the <ul> or <ol> start tags to change the default bullet or number type
  43. Uses compression techniques, called LZW compression, to make images smaller for download on the Web
  44. Tags that indicate the start and end of an HTML document
  45. A series of rules that defines the style for a Web page or an entire Web site