TCC HTML 4.0
Most of the web pages you encounter is presented to you via HTML, the world wide web’s markup language. In this article, I will share with you 20 best practices that will lead to clean and correct markup. 1. Always Declare a Doctype 20 HTML Best Practices You Should Follow
I could say that HTML has come a long way since its first standard specification, HTML 2.0, was published in 1995. I would like to say that – but it wouldn’t be true. It only took another four years for the next specification to be published – HTML 4.01, in 1999 – and here we are, eight years later, with no significant advances having been made since then. But maybe that’s a good thing. HTML or XHTML: Does it Really Matter?
HTML 4 Elements
Why Use HTML 4
Structure of an HTML 4 Document Elements and Tags Elements are the structures that describe parts of an HTML document. For example, the P element represents a paragraph while the EM element gives emphasized content. An element has three parts: a start tag, content, and an end tag.
REC-html40-19980424 W3C Recommendation, revised on 24-Apr-1998 This version: HTML 4.0 Specification
Best Way - HTML 4.0 Tutorial Version 4.0 of HTML was designed to be written and translated into every language through the use of the Universal Character Set. It was also designed to be used with large fonts, special colors, speech synthesizers and Braille devices through the separation of document and presentation and table attributes such as captions, column groups and the <TH> and <TD> elements that allow for table summaries and headers. HTML is made up of elements, attributes and attribute values.