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Re: need HTML Codes

From: Ian B. Jacobs <ij@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 08:00:22 -0500
Message-ID: <3DD64166.8000605@w3.org>
To: Louie Cisneros <lnchome@yahoo.com>
CC: site-comments@w3.org

Louie Cisneros wrote:
> I have not found any place on your web site a place I
> could download or find a list of all the HTML, XML,
> MML and ect. codes in a list and how to use them and
> what they wil do and how they will look.

Louie,

You should be able to find the list of elements in
each document that defines them. Those documents
are listed here under the heading "Recommendations"

  http://www.w3.org/TR/

For instance, for HTML elements, look under "Recommendations"
for "HTML 4.01 Specification":

  http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/

At the top, you'll see a link to the completed list
of HTML "elements":

  http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/index/elements

I am not aware of a place on the W3C site for all the
elements of all the languages W3C defines. However,
the site index includes links to "DTDs" (document
type definitions) of different documents:
   http://www.w3.org/Help/siteindex#D

Usually, the way elements "look" in browsers depends
on a number of factors, such as style sheets. So
a paragraph (<p>) element in HTML doesn't have just
one way of being presented. It can depend on style
sheets, how a particular browser behaves, or even
whether the paragraph is being displayed visually
or spoken by a speech synthesizer.

I hope this helps,

  - Ian



 > something
> like a book type. the list i have found are to hard to
> list for my records. and your site is to hard to work
> with. Your site has to many links that take you
> everwhere but what your looking for. I would like to
> know if you have a list i could download or copy of
> all the codes. I'm a student work on web sites and I
> work very close with my teachers too. but with all the
> new changes we never find the new codes, or how to use
> them and what they do for us. do you have some kind of
> book or list that show all this, and if you do can you
> send me the link. 
> 
> Thank you 
> Louis Cisneros 
> student 
> Citrus College CA usa
> 
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