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Table Of Contents

1.1 How the specification is organized
1.2.1 Elements and attributes
1.2.2 Notes and examples
1.3 Acknowledgments
1.4 Copyright Notice
2.4.3 Help user agents with incremental rendering
3.1 Introduction to SGML
3.2.1 Elements
3.2.2 Attributes
3.2.3 Character references
3.2.4 Comments
3.3.1 DTD Comments
3.3.2 Parameter entity definitions
3.3.3 Element declarations
3.3.4 Attribute declarations
4.1 Definitions
4.2 SGML
4.3 The text/html content type
5.1 The Document Character Set
5.2.1 Choosing an encoding
5.2.2 Specifying the character encoding
5.3.1 Numeric character references
5.3.2 Character entity references
5.4 Undisplayable characters
6.1 Case information
6.2 SGML basic types
6.3 Text strings
6.4 URIs
6.5 Colors
6.6 Lengths
6.7 Content types (MIME types)
6.8 Language codes
6.9 Character encodings
6.10 Single characters
6.11 Dates and times
6.12 Link types
6.13 Media descriptors
6.14 Script data
6.15 Style sheet data
6.16 Frame target names
7.1 Introduction to the structure of an HTML document
7.2 HTML version information
7.3 The HTML element
7.4.1 The HEAD element
7.4.2 The TITLE element
7.4.3 The title attribute
7.4.4 Meta data
7.5.1 The BODY element
7.5.2 Element identifiers: theid and class attributes
7.5.3 Block-level and inline elements
7.5.4 Grouping elements: the DIV and SPANelements
7.5.6 The ADDRESS element
8.1.1 Language codes
8.1.2 Inheritance of language codes
8.1.3 Interpretation of language codes
8.2.1 Introduction to the bidirectional algorithm
8.2.2 Inheritance of text direction information
8.2.3 Setting the direction of embedded text
8.2.4 Overriding the bidirectional algorithm: the BDO element
8.2.5 Character references for directionality and joining control
8.2.6 The effect of style sheets on bidirectionality
9.1 White space
9.2.2 Quotations: The BLOCKQUOTE and Q elements
9.2.3 Subscripts and superscripts: the SUB andSUP elements
9.3.1 Paragraphs: theP element
9.3.2 Controlling line breaks
9.3.3 Hyphenation
9.3.4 Preformatted text: The PRE element
9.3.5 Visual rendering of paragraphs
9.4 Marking document changes: The INS and DEL elements
10.1 Introduction to lists
10.2 Unordered lists (UL), ordered lists (OL), and list items (LI)
10.3.1 Visual rendering of lists
10.4 TheDIR and MENU elements
11.1 Introduction to tables
11.2.1 The TABLEelement
11.2.2 Table Captions: The CAPTION element
11.2.3 Row groups: theTHEAD, TFOOT, and TBODY elements
11.2.4 Column groups: the COLGROUP and COL elements
11.2.5 Table rows: TheTR element
11.2.6 Table cells: The TH and TD elements
11.3.1 Borders and rules
11.3.2 Horizontal and vertical alignment
11.3.3 Cell margins
11.4.1 Associating header information with data cells
11.4.2 Categorizing cells
11.4.3 Algorithm to find heading information
11.5 Sample table
12.1.1 Visiting a linked resource
12.1.2 Other link relationships
12.1.3 Specifying anchors and links
12.1.4 Link titles
12.1.5 Internationalization and links
12.2.1 Syntax of anchor names
12.2.2 Nested links are illegal
12.2.3 Anchors with the id attribute
12.2.4 Unavailable and unidentifiable resources
12.3.1 Forward and reverse links
12.3.2 Links and external style sheets
12.3.3 Links and search engines
12.4 Path information: the BASE element
13.1 Introduction to objects, images, and applets
13.2 Including an image: the IMG element
13.3.1 Rules for rendering objects
13.3.2 Object initialization: the PARAM element
13.3.3 Global naming schemes for objects
13.3.4 Object declarations and instantiations
13.4 Including an applet: the APPLET element
13.5 Notes on embedded documents
13.6.1 Client-side image maps: the MAP andAREA elements
13.6.2 Server-side image maps
13.7.1 Width and height
13.7.2 White space around images and objects
13.7.3 Borders
13.7.4 Alignment
13.8 How to specify alternate text
14.1 Introduction to style sheets
14.2.1 Setting the default style sheet language
14.2.2 Inline style information
14.2.3 Header style information: the STYLE element
14.2.4 Media types
14.3.1 Preferred and alternate style sheets
14.3.2 Specifying external style sheets
14.4.1 Media-dependent cascades
14.4.2 Inheritance and cascading
14.5 Hiding style data from user agents
14.6 Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers
15.1.1 Background color
15.1.2 Alignment
15.1.3 Floating objects
15.2.2 Font modifier elements:FONT and BASEFONT
15.3 Rules: the HR element
16.1 Introduction to frames
16.2.1 The FRAMESETelement
16.2.2 The FRAMEelement
16.4.2 Long descriptions of frames
16.5 Inline frames: the IFRAME element
17.1 Introduction to forms
17.2 Controls
17.3 TheFORM element
17.4.1 Control types created with INPUT
17.4.2 Examples of forms containing INPUT controls
17.5 TheBUTTON element
17.6.1 Pre-selected options
17.7 TheTEXTAREA element
17.8 TheISINDEX element
17.9 Labels
17.10 Adding structure to forms: the FIELDSET and LEGENDelements
17.11.1 Tabbing navigation
17.11.2 Access keys
17.12.1 Disabled controls
17.12.2 Read-only controls
17.13.1 Form submission method
17.13.2 Successful controls
17.13.3 Processing form data
17.13.4 Form content types
18.1 Introduction to scripts
18.2.1 The SCRIPT element
18.2.2 Specifying the scripting language
18.2.3 Intrinsic events
18.2.4 Dynamic modification of documents
18.3.1 The NOSCRIPTelement
18.3.2 Hiding script data from user agents
19.1 Document Validation
19.2 Sample SGML catalog
20 SGML Declaration of HTML 4
21 Document Type Definition
22 Transitional Document Type Definition
23 Frameset Document Type Definition
24.1 Introduction to character entity references
24.2 Character entity references for ISO 8859-1 characters
24.3.1 The list of characters
24.4.1 The list of characters
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HTML 4.01 Specification

HTML 4.01 Specification

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