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Web Technology: Theory and Practice by M. Srinivasan

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2.9 SUMMARY

This chapter brought out the basic concepts of HTML (interchangeably referred to as XHTML), which itself is the basis of web technology. The most common tags classified into structural, link, content, formatting and Forms were presented. An introduction into the latest version, HTML5, is also made in this chapter.

EXERCISES
  1. Tool-tips are small pieces of help text that act as a guide to fill up a field or such, when the cursor is hovered around the element. How are these achieved in HTML?
  2. Construct a HTML table along with some data. Play around with some of the attributes of the table related tags and observe the outputs.
  3. Imagine a scenario where you are going on a cycling tour around the country side. You have jotted down events ...

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