Total # of Tags: 52
NAME cat -- concatenate files EXAMPLE cat (was a less than here but stopped pre from ending below)xyz
first line third line fourth line
Here is some more 'pre' text, just like above! 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
Here is even more 'pre' text, just like above, except with a width attribute, which looks to be ignored these days. 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
New (never used?) link attributes:
JimquickPost News, Jumquick, CT 01234
Tel (123) 456 7890
Soft you now, the fair Ophelia. Nymph, in thy orisons, be all my sins remembered....and now it has ended
..and an alt attribute for adding optional alternative text for browsers not displaying images. For example:
EMelement. A citation is typically italic and has no formal necessary structure: Moby Dick is a book title.
This is the b tag: Bold text
This is the i tag: Italicized text
This is the u tag: Underlined text
This is the strong tag: Stronger emphasis, typically bold
This is the code tag:
Example of code. typically monospaced font
This is the samp tag: A sequence of literal characters
This is the kbd tag: in an instruction manual, Text typed by a user
This is the var tag: A variable name
This is the dfn tag: The defining instance of a term. Typically bold or bold italic
This is the cite tag: A citation - Typically italic
...there seem to be an unnecessarily large amount of logical styles - and what is the purpose of having ones that already are duplicate in functionality of phyiscal styles. As a matter-of-fact, what's the point of segregating out physical and logical styles?
I think the reason for logical styles is to create a variety of styling options and see how different browsers implement them and what sticks, whereas the physical styles are hard-defined and not up for interpretation.
Sucks that plaintext and xmp are gone. pre is finnicky because you have to what, replace all the <> with entities? Why require the extra work? plaintext and xmp served a specific purpose.