Re: [NH] HTML Dictionary
- At 06:29 PM 9/2/00 -0500, Jody wrote:
>Is there an HTML dictionary on-line?Did a google search and got over a million hits, but the first three look
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- Hi Jody,
At 06:29 PM 09/02/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>How about Webopedia? This is a clip that I got from you.
>Is there an HTML dictionary on-line?
>Is "tag" a real word in reference to HTML?
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Last modified: May 5, 1997
(n) A command inserted in a document that specifies how the document, or a
portion of the document, should be formatted. Tags are used by all format
specifications that store documents as text files. This includes SGML and
(v) To mark a section of a document with a formatting command.
- Hi Patricia and All,
>Did a google search and got over a million hits, but the firstThanks for all the posts. I almost checked Web-O-Mania Larry.
>three look pretty good!
Looks like our old faithful is the only one that had it except
for the human one, Michael. ;) Perhaps I will search for HTML
dictionary someday and find an actual dictionary. Pat, the links
you gave were just for Markup, except for the 404. ;)
The NoteTab and Html List...
> "Tag" refers to the characters we use to signify an "Element."Ok stop there. whoa stop!! Good enough. Right o bye bye.
> In HTML, a paragraph is an element. <P> is the opening tag for
> that element,
> and </P> is the closing tag. The element is the whole thing: <P>text</P>.
- Hi Michael and All,
>GET A NEXTCARD VISA, in 30 seconds!No thanks - if we click on the links in the ads that are *on the
top* of the posts we might get a virus that will wipe out our
whole hard drive or they might search our hard drive for personal
data. I think *all* the eGroups lists should know that! The
risk was probably not very high when they are *on the bottom* of
the post. ;)
>"Tag" refers to the characters we use to signify an "Element."LOL, I must go with Grant as well.
>In HTML, a paragraph is an element. <P> is the opening tag for
>that element, and </P> is the closing tag. The element is the
>whole thing: <P>text</P>. Or, in object-oriented perspective,
><P>text</P> is an "instance" of the sorta neoplatonic-ish form
>which is the pure, unsullied object not yet tainted by time and
>matter. Or you, for that matter. Maybe I fit in there, too.
The NoteTab and Html List...
- I want to add my nickels worth on these ads at the TOP of the page. I don't
at all. They are OK at the bottom, but these at the top are a nuisance.
really possibly virus spreaders besides?
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From: "Jody" <KJB1611@...>
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Subject: Re: [NH] HTML Dictionary
> Hi Michael and All,
> >GET A NEXTCARD VISA, in 30 seconds!
> >Apply NOW!
> No thanks - if we click on the links in the ads that are *on the
- Hi Phil and Others,
>I want to add my nickels worth on these ads at the TOP of theTo be honest with you, no. That is, not any more than clicking
>page. I don't like it at all. They are OK at the bottom, but
>these at the top are a nuisance. Are they really possibly virus
on any link in eMail or on the Internet.
In Jesus' Love,
Bro. Jody Adair
Prov. 3:5-7; 4:23
Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves:
be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.