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XHTML Tutorial - Formatting

   
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Summary
 

In this chapter you have learnt:

  • Formatting allows the designer to determine the appearance and create the style of the XHTML document.
  • XHTML has six levels of headings, numbered 1 through 6 in decreasing order.
  • The paragraph tag indicates the start of a new paragraph. When some text is put within the <p> tags, it is displayed in a new paragraph.
  • The <br> tag is used to break a line or end a line.
  • <b>, <i>, <big>, and <small> are all font style tags which add some richer effects to the text.
  • The output of the emphasized text is usually in italics.
  • The text written in strong tag appears in bold.
  • The preformatted text tag is used to preserve the spaces and line breaks in the text.
  • If a long quotation has to be written, then it is written in a blockquote tag.
  • Lists are used if the information has to be displayed in points.
  • There are two types of lists namely unordered lists and ordered lists.

 

 
Review Questions
 

Question 1

How many levels of headings does XHTML have?

Answer

Six

Question 2

How many lines are left blank above and below a paragraph?

Answer

A Single Line

Question 3

Which tag is used for a line break?

Answer

<br> tag

Question 4

What is the common name used for the tags bold, italics, big, and small?

Answer

Font style tags

Question 5

Which tag is used to make the text bold?

Answer

Strong tag

Question 6

Which tag is generally used to write long quotations?

Answer

Blockquote tag

Question 7

Name the two types of lists.

Answer

Unordered Lists and Ordered Lists

 

 
 
What's Next
 

The next chapter will acquaint you with the basic concepts of linking. The chapter will further elucidate about URLs and how to link different documents and web pages.

Hop over to the next chapter to get a close up on linking.

 
     

 

 
     
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