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  1. Describes the location (folder or external Web site) where the files can be found.
  2. Allows text to be "decorated" with one of five values: underline, overline, line-through, blink, or none. Can be used in a variety of tags including the anchor tag.
  3. The href attribute value uses the word to indicate it is an e-mail link
  4. A named location that an <a> tag specifies in the same file.
  5. Beginning location of a file path
  6. A style statement uses this selector to specify that all text on the Web page should be a certain font family and/or size
  7. Specify the location of a file, relative to the location of the file that is currently in use.
  8. Selector to define the style of a visited link
  9. Anchor or link selector - for an unvisited link
  10. Anchor or link selector - gains focus (for example, when it is clicked).
  11. Attached to a selector with a colon to specify a state or relation to the selector to give the Web developer more control over that selector.
  12. Specify a particular font change that is interpreted strictly by all browsers.
  13. When a visitor clicks, it automatically opens a new message in the default program and inserts the appropriate contact address.
  14. Part of a CSS rule that is normally the HTML element you want to style.
  15. An element like an image that allows the element to move to the side indicated in the statement.
  16. Used to gain more control for of elements of an HTML file as a category
  17. Allow a browser to interpret the tag based on a browser's settings, relative to other text on a Web page.
  18. Selector to define the style of a link when the mouse points to a link.
  19. Specifies the exact address for the file to which you are linking or displaying a graphic.
  20. A smaller version of the image itself. Used as a link that, when clicked, will load the full-sized image.
  21. First page in a Web site
  22. Tags to create a container into which a user can add an inline style.
  23. When the mouse pointer points to or is over a link
  24. Sets properties and values for a selector in a CSS rule
  25. The <a> tag used to link to another page in the same Web site, to a Web page in an external Web site, within the same Web page, and for e-mail links.