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Acknowledgments
Introduction to HTML 4.0
Design principles of HTML 4.0
Designing documents with HTML 4.0
A brief SGML tutorial
About SGML
HTML syntax
Entities
Elements
Attributes
HTML comments
How to read the HTML DTD
Block level and Inline elements
DTD Comments
Entity Definitions
Element definitions
Attribute definitions
Definitions and Conventions
Definitions
Document conventions
Elements and attributes
Notes and examples
Document names
SGML
HTML and URLs
Universal Resource Locators (URLs)
Fragment URLs
Relative URLs
URLs in HTML
MAILTO URLs
HTML Document Character Set
The Document Character Set
Character entities
Basic HTML data types
URLs
Character data
Colors
Notes on using colors
Lengths and Pixels
Structure of HTML documents
Global structure
HTML version information
The HTML element
The HEAD element
Titles: the TITLE element and the title attribute
Meta information
The BODY element
Element identifiers: the id and class attributes
Grouping elements: the DIV and SPAN elements
The ADDRESS element
Language information and text direction
Specifying the language of content: the lang attribute
Inheritance of language codes
Interpretation of language codes
Specifying the direction of text: the dir attribute
Introduction to the bidirectional algorithm
Inheritance of text direction information
Setting the direction of embedded text
Overriding the bidrectional algorithm: the BDO element
Support for character directionality and joining
Structured text
Quotations: The BLOCKQUOTE and Q elements
Subscripts and superscripts: the SUB and SUP elements
Lines and Paragraphs
Paragraphs: the P element
Visual rendering of paragraphs
Controlling line breaks
Hyphenation
Preformatted text: The PRE element
Marking document changes: The INS and DEL elements
Date and time format
Lists
Unordered (UL) and ordered (OL) lists
Lists formatted by visual user agents
Definition lists: the DL, DT, and DD elements
The DIR and MENU elements
Tables
Table structure
The TABLE element
Table Captions: The CAPTION element
Groups of rows: the THEAD, TFOOT, and TBODY elements
Groups of columns: the COLGROUP and COL elements
Table rows: The TR element
Table cells: The TH and TD elements
Table formatting by visual user agents
Horizontal and vertical alignment
Borders and rules
Cell margins
Some sample tables
Sample 1
Sample 2
Links
Path information: the BASE element
Links and anchors
Definitions of links and anchors
The A element
Anchors with the id attribute
The LINK element
Link types
Links and external style sheets
Links and search engines
Inclusions
Including an object: the OBJECT element
Object initialization: the PARAM element
Object declarations and instantiations
Object alignment
Including an image: the IMG element
Image alignment
Including an applet: the APPLET element
Including HTML in another HTML document
Including an image map in an HTML document
Client-side image maps
Client-side image maps with MAP and AREA
Server-side image maps
Visual presentation of images, objects, and applets
How to specify alternate text
Presentation of HTML documents
Style Sheets
Adding style to HTML
Setting the default style sheet language
Inline style information
Header style information: the STYLE element
Media types
External style sheets
Setting the default named style
Inheritance and cascading
Hiding the Content of Style Elements from non-conforming User Agents
Specifying style through HTTP headers
Floating objects
Fonts
Font modifier elements: FONT and BASEFONT
Rules: the HR element
Frames
Layout of frames
The FRAMESET element
The FRAME element
Specifying target frame information
Setting the default target for links
Target semantics
Target names
Alternate content
The NOFRAMES element
Inline frames: the IFRAME element
Interactive HTML documents
Forms
The FORM element
Controls
The INPUT element
The BUTTON element
The SELECT and OPTION elements
The TEXTAREA element
The LABEL element
The FIELDSET and LEGEND elements
Giving focus to an element
Tabbing navigation
Access keys
Disabled and read-only elements
Disabled elements
Read-only elements
Form submission
Which element values are submitted
Scripts
Designing documents for user agents that support scripting
The SCRIPT element
Specifying the scripting language
Syntax of script content
Intrinsic events
The SGML Declaration
Document Type Definition
%HTMLlat1;
%HTMLsymbol;
%HTMLspecial;
Named character entities
Named entities for ISO 8859-1 characters
The list of characters
Named entities for symbols, mathematical symbols, and Greek letters
Named entities for markup-significant and internationalization characters
References
Normative references
[RFC822]
[RFC1123]
[RFC1555]
[RFC1556]
[RFC1738]
[RFC1766]
[RFC1808]
[RFC1867]
[RFC2045]
[RFC2068]
[RFC2070]
[ISO639]
[ISO3166]
[ISO8601]
[ISO88591]
[ISO8879]
[ISO10646]
[UNICODE]
[CSS1]
[ERCS]
Informative references
[RFC850]
[RFC1866]
[CALS]
[RFC1942]
[GOLD90]
[DCORE]
[PICS]
Indexes
Index of Elements
Index of Attributes
Appendixes
Changes between HTML 3.2 and HTML 4.0
Changes to elements
New elements
Deprecated elements
Obsolete elements
Changes to Tables
Changes to Forms
Performance, Implementation, and Design Notes
Notes on helping search engines index your Web site
Search robots
Notes on tables
Design rationale
Recommended Layout Algorithms
Notes on styles
New media types
Notes on forms
Incremental display
Future projects
Notes on scripting
Reserved syntax for future script macros
HTML and Organizations (W3C, IETF, ISO)
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