Level 0 / Level 1 / Level 2 / Level 3 / Netscape Mozilla / Microsoft Internet Explorer
A Level 1 HTML document can include the following elements and attributes in addition to Level 0 elements and attributes. Within this document, the elements are listed in all capital letters; the attributes are indicated by initial capital letters. In order to benefit from the information in this file, view both its HTML source (http://www.december.com/html/spec/level1.html) as well as its rendered form in a Web browser. The tags are explained in the list below as well as demonstrated in this file. In many cases, some of the attributes described here are rarely used (or supported) by Web browsers. For the most part, I've tried to illustrate the more popularly-used constructs within this document as a guideline. This is particularly true with HEAD and related elements.
Level 1 specifies no additions in this category over Level 0's structure features.
Level 1 specifies no additions in this category over Level 0's head elements.
Note that the CODE
element's rendering does not
keep the line breaks that the
PRE element does.
This is in CODE.
Note that the CODE element's rendering does not keep the line breaks that the PRE element does. This is in PRE.
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