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Re: 3.1 Introduction (Draft)

From: Rimantas Liubertas <rimantas@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2007 21:43:40 +0300
Message-ID: <5ccfb3340707151143n5d056b84kdc915fbbce94d7e6@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-html@w3.org

> HTML elements are instructions inserted within a pair of angle
> brackets(<>).

These are tags.

>  The contents within the angle brackets tell the
> browser how to render the content within the element.

Not necessarily. Some element are not rendered.

<...>

> Elements are paired, meaning that in order to apply an element to a
> section of information within the document, the section must begin
> with an opening element tag (e.g., <p>) and must end with a closing
> element tag (e.g., </p>).

Some elements can have both start and the end tag ommited. End
tag is optional for some.

<...>
> For these single elements, a slash is inserted
> just before the element's closing angle bracket (e.g., <br />).

Oh, noooo.

<...>

Regards,
Rimantas
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