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    1. HTML: Stands for HyperText Markup Language. It is the standard markup language used to create web pages.
    2. Tag: An HTML tag is a code that indicates how the browser should display the content. It is enclosed in angle brackets, for example, <html>.
    3. Element: An HTML element is a combination of an opening tag, content, and a closing tag. For example, <p>This is a paragraph.</p>.
    4. Attribute: An attribute is a property that describes an HTML element. It provides additional information about the element, such as its ID or class.
    5. Class: A class is an attribute that can be used to group HTML elements together. It allows you to apply styles to multiple elements at once.
    6. ID: An ID is a unique identifier for an HTML element. It is used to reference specific elements in a document.
    7. Head: The head section of an HTML document contains meta information about the document, such as the title, keywords, and character encoding.
    8. Body: The body section of an HTML document contains the content that is displayed in the browser.
    9. Anchor tag: An anchor tag is used to create a hyperlink. It is defined with the <a> tag and specifies the destination of the link with the href attribute.
    10. Image tag: An image tag is used to display images on a web page. It is defined with the <img> tag and specifies the image source with the src attribute.
    1. List: An HTML list is used to display a list of items. There are two types of lists in HTML: ordered and unordered. Ordered lists are numbered and unordered lists are bulleted. They are defined with the <ol> and <ul> tags, respectively.
    2. Table: An HTML table is used to display data in rows and columns. It is defined with the <table> tag and includes table rows (<tr>), table headers (<th>), and table cells (<td>).
    3. Input: An HTML input element is used to get user input. It is defined with the <input> tag and can include attributes such as type, name, value, and placeholder.
    4. Div: A div is a container element used to group other HTML elements together. It is defined with the <div> tag and can be styled with CSS.
    5. Span: A span is a container element used to apply styles to specific portions of text within a larger block of text. It is defined with the <span> tag.
    6. Semantic HTML: Semantic HTML refers to the use of HTML elements that convey meaning and structure to the content on a web page. Examples of semantic elements include <header>, <nav>, <main>, <section>, <article>, and <footer>.
    7. Attribute values: Attribute values are the values assigned to an attribute. For example, in the <img> tag, the src attribute value specifies the URL of the image to be displayed.
    8. Comment: An HTML comment is a piece of text that is not displayed in the browser. It is used to provide notes or explanations to the developer and is defined with the <!– and –> tags.
    9. Doctype: The doctype declaration is used to specify the version of HTML being used in a document. It is defined at the top of an HTML document and is required for the browser to render the page correctly.
    1. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): CSS is a stylesheet language used to describe the presentation of an HTML document. It allows you to control the layout, typography, colors, and other visual aspects of a web page.
    2. Inline element: An inline element is an HTML element that is displayed within a line of text. Examples of inline elements include <a>, <strong>, and <em>.
    3. Block element: A block element is an HTML element that takes up the full width of its parent container and creates a new line of text. Examples of block elements include <div>, <p>, and <h1>-<h6>.
    4. Attribute selector: An attribute selector is a CSS selector that selects elements based on the presence or value of an attribute. For example, [href] selects all elements that have an href attribute.
    5. ID selector: An ID selector is a CSS selector that selects an element based on its ID attribute. It is defined with the # symbol, for example, #header.
    6. Class selector: A class selector is a CSS selector that selects elements based on their class attribute. It is defined with the . symbol, for example, .menu.
    7. Box model: Concept in CSS that describes how elements are displayed as rectangular boxes. It includes the content area, padding, border, and margin.
    8. Responsive design: An approach to web design that aims to create websites that can adapt to different screen sizes and devices. It typically involves using CSS media queries and flexible layouts.
    9. Meta tags: Meta tags are HTML tags that provide metadata about a web page, such as its title, description, and keywords. They are included in the head section of an HTML document.
    10. Semantic markup: Semantic markup refers to the use of HTML elements that convey meaning and structure to the content on a web page. It is important for accessibility, SEO, and readability.
    1. Anchor text: The clickable text in a hyperlink. It is defined within the <a> tag and should provide context about the destination of the link.
      <a href=”https://www.designboyo.com&#8221;>Visit Designboyo!</a>
    2. Audio tag: Used to embed audio content in a web page. It is defined with the <audio> tag and can include attributes such as src, controls, and autoplay.
    3. Video tag: Used to embed video content in a web page. It is defined with the <video> tag and can include attributes such as src, controls, and autoplay.
    4. Canvas tag: A canvas tag is used to draw graphics, animations, and other visual content using JavaScript. It is defined with the <canvas> tag and provides a drawing surface for JavaScript.
    5. Web storage: Web storage is a browser feature that allows web applications to store data locally on a user’s device. It includes two types of storage: localStorage and sessionStorage.
    6. Responsive images: Responsive images are images that can adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions. They typically involve using the <picture> and <source> elements to provide multiple versions of the same image.
    7. Box-sizing: The box-sizing property is a CSS property that determines how an element’s width and height are calculated. It includes two values: content-box and border-box.
    8. Accessibility: Accessibility refers to the design of websites and web applications that are accessible to people with disabilities. It includes considerations such as keyboard accessibility, screen reader compatibility, and color contrast.
    9. SEO: SEO stands for search engine optimization. It refers to the process of improving the visibility and ranking of a website in search engine results pages.
    10. W3C: The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international organization that develops and promotes web standards. It is responsible for developing and maintaining HTML, CSS, and other web technologies.
    1. Semantic elements: Semantic elements are HTML elements that convey meaning and structure to the content on a web page. Examples of semantic elements include <header>, <nav>, <main>, <footer>, and <article>.
    2. Markup language: A markup language is a language used to annotate text with additional information that specifies how it should be displayed or processed. HTML is a markup language used for creating web pages.
    3. Deprecated: Deprecated refers to a feature or attribute that is no longer recommended or supported in HTML. Deprecated features may be removed in future versions of HTML and should be avoided in new web development.
    4. Entity: An entity is a special character or symbol used in HTML to represent a specific character or character set. Entities are defined using an ampersand (&) and a semicolon (;) and include characters such as © (copyright), & (ampersand), and > (greater than).
    5. Form: A form is an HTML element used to collect user input, such as text, checkboxes, and radio buttons. It is defined with the <form> tag and can include attributes such as action, method, and enctype.
    6. Input: An input is an HTML element used to collect user input in a form. It includes different types such as text, password, checkbox, radio, and submit.
    7. Label: A label is an HTML element used to associate a form control with a text label. It improves accessibility and usability by providing context for the form control.
    8. Select: A select is an HTML element used to create a dropdown list of options in a form. It is defined with the <select> tag and can include <option> tags for each option.
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