Version W3C//DTD HTML 3.2 Final//EN
HTML 3.2 Reference

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This hypertext reference shows the HTML 3.2 Final hypertext markup language. The links below show the elements defined in this language. Each page of information shows the element's purpose, description, start and end tags, attributes, allowable content, other elements in which it is referenced, and an example use where available.

A: anchor for hypertext link
ADDRESS: address, signature, or byline
APPLET: embed small Java program (applet) in document
AREA: define region on an imagemap which is a hypertext link
B: bold text
BASE: base context document
BASEFONT: change default font size in the document
BIG: set larger text relative to surrounding text
BLOCKQUOTE: quoted passage
BODY: document body
BR: line break
CAPTION: descriptive phrase for table
CENTER: center text or other elements
CITE: name or title of cited work
CODE: source (computer) code
DD: definition of term
DFN: enclose term definition
DIR: directory list
DIV: define parts of a document
DL: definition list or glossary
DT: term in definition list
EM: emphasized phrase
FONT: set font color and size of text
FORM: fill-out or data-entry form
H1: primary heading
H2: secondary heading
H3: third-level heading
H4: fourth-level heading
H5: fifth-level heading
H6: sixth-level heading
HEAD: document head
HR: horizontal rule
HTML: HTML document outer container
I: italic text
IMG: image; photo, icon, glyph, or illustration
INPUT: form input datum
ISINDEX: searchable document input form
KBD: keyboard phrase (user input)
LI: list item
LINK: link from this document
MAP: define client-side imagemap
MENU: menu list
META: generic meta-information about the document
OL: ordered list
OPTION: a selection option
P: paragraph
PARAM: parameter used in an applet
PRE: preformatted text
SAMP: sample text or characters
SCRIPT: script for user-document interaction
SELECT: selection of option(s)
SMALL: set smaller text relative to surrounding text
STRIKE: cross out text
STRONG: strong emphasis
STYLE: style information
SUB: subscript text
SUP: superscript
TABLE: tabular presentation of information
TD: table data cell
TEXTAREA: an area for text input
TH: table header cell
TITLE: title of document
TR: table row container
TT: typewriter text
U: underline text
UL: unordered list
VAR: variable phrase or substitute
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