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The Essential Guide to CSS and HTML Web Design by Craig Grannell

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Appendix A. XHTML reference

This section of the reference guide details, in alphabetical order, generally supported elements and associated attributes. This is not intended as an exhaustive guide; rather, its aim is to list those elements important and relevant to current web design. Archaic deprecated elements such as font and layer are therefore ignored, as well as many attributes once associated with the body element, but the guide includes still occasionally useful deprecated and nonstandard elements and attributes such as embed and target.

Note

Note that in the following pages, various styles are used for the attribute names and values. For the sake of clarity, quote marks have been omitted, but never forget that XHTML attributes must be quoted. ...

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