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<a></a>
the anchor tag. For linking to other pages use the href attribute,and for auto-scrolling to a certain point on a page,use the # symbol. a -mailto- link can be created,"here's a sample: <a href=""mailto:blah@blah.org"">Blah</a>"
mailto
used to indicate it is an email link
<a name="targetname"></a>
goes around the text that you want to be the link
<a href="#targetname">
goes in the location you want the link to "jump" to within the same page
Path
describes the location (folder or external web site) where the files can be found
absolute path
a folder path that specifies a files precise location within the entire folder structure of a computer
Relative paths
specify the location of a file, relative to the location of the file that is currently in use...utilizes the double period (..)
Logical style tags
allow a browser to interpret the tag based on browser settings, relative to other text on a web page
Physical style tags
specify a particular font change that is interpreted strictly by all browsers
hspace="x"
controls the horizontal space around an image
vspace="x"
controls the vertical space around an image
color="xxx"
attribute that changes the font color
face="fontname"
attribute that changes the font face or type
size="x"
attribute that changes the font size
href
What attribute tells the link where to go?
name
defines a name for the current anchor so it may be the target or destination of another link...must be unique
<BLOCKQUOTE> </BLOCKQUOTE>
Block Quote
<em> </em>
Emphasized Tag
<i></i>
Italic tag
<small></small>
Small Tag
<strong></strong>
Strong Tag
<SUP> </SUP>
Superscript Tag
<u></u>
underline font (physical)