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HTML5 Quick Markup Reference by Wallace Jackson

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© Wallace Jackson 2016

Wallace Jackson, HTML5 Quick Markup Reference, 10.1007/978-1-4302-6536-8_5

5. HTML5 Processing: Using CSS and JavaScript

Wallace Jackson

(1)Lompoc, California, USA

Let’s finish up with the child tags of the parent <head> tag, which is itself a child tag of the <html> tag, by taking a look at the <style> tag for CSS3 document styling and the <script> tag for JavaScript (or JS) document scripting. We will also look at the <noscript> tag. These are the last of the tags contained in the HEAD section of the HTML5 document definition, so after this we focus on tags that are child tags of the BODY or content section. This is getting exciting. We are making excellent progress thus far!

In this chapter, I go over markup format and syntax ...

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