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  • Greek Characters
    Entity Name Description Α 913 Alpha Alpha Β 914 Beta Beta Γ 915 Gamma Gamma Δ 916 Delta Delta Ε 917 Epsilon Epsilon Ζ 918 Zeta Zeta Η 919 Eta Eta Θ 920 Theta Theta Ι 921 Iota Iota Κ 922 Kappa Kappa Λ 923 Lambda Lambda Μ 924 Mu Mu Ν 925 Nu Nu Ξ 926 Xi Xi Ο 927 Omicron Omicron Π 928 Pi Pi Ρ 929 Rho Rho undefined Sigmaf Σ 931 Sigma Sigma Τ 932 Tau Tau Υ 933 Upsilon Upsilon Φ 934 Phi Phi Χ 935 Chi Chi Ψ 936 Psi Psi Ω 937 Omega Omega α 945 alpha alpha β 946 beta beta γ 947 gamma gamma δ 948 delta delta ε 949 epsilon epsilon ζ 950 zeta zeta η 951 eta eta θ 952 theta theta ι 953 iota iota κ 954 kappa kappa λ 955 lambda lambda μ 956 mu mu ν 957 nu nu ξ 958 xi xi ο 959 omicron omicron π 960 pi pi ρ 961 rho rho ς 962 sigmaf sigmaf σ 963 sigma sigma τ 964 tau tau υ 965 upsilon upsilon φ 966 phi phi χ 967 chi chi ψ 968 psi psi ω 969 omega

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  • ISO 8859-1 Characters
    accent Ë 203 Euml capital e umlaut mark Ì 204 Igrave capital i grave accent Í 205 Iacute capital i acute accent Î 206 Icirc capital i circumflex accent Ï 207 Iuml capital i umlaut mark Ð 208 ETH capital eth Icelandic Ñ 209 Ntilde capital n tilde Ò 210 Ograve capital o grave accent Ó 211 Oacute capital o acute accent Ô 212 Ocirc capital o circumflex accent Õ 213 Otilde capital o tilde Ö 214 Ouml capital o umlaut mark Ø 216 Oslash capital o slash Ù 217 Ugrave capital u grave accent Ú 218 Uacute capital u acute accent Û 219 Ucirc capital u circumflex accent Ü 220 Uuml capital u umlaut mark Ý 221 Yacute capital y acute accent Þ 222 THORN capital THORN Icelandic ß 223 szlig small sharp s German à 224 agrave small a grave accent á 225 aacute small a acute accent â 226 acirc small a circumflex accent ã 227 atilde small a tilde ä 228 auml small a umlaut mark å 229 aring small a ring æ 230 aelig small ae ç 231 ccedil small c cedilla è 232 egrave small e grave accent é 233 eacute small e acute accent ê 234 ecirc small e circumflex accent ë 235 euml small e umlaut mark ì 236 igrave small i grave accent í 237 iacute small i acute accent î 238 icirc small i circumflex accent ï 239 iuml small i umlaut mark ð 240 eth small eth Icelandic ñ 241 ntilde small n tilde ò 242 ograve small o grave accent ó 243 oacute small o acute accent ô 244 ocirc small o circumflex accent õ 245 otilde small o tilde ö 246 ouml small o umlaut mark ø 248 oslash small o slash ù 249 ugrave small u

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  • ISO Language Codes
    Danish da Divehi Dutch nl Edo English en Esperanto eo Estonian et Faeroese fo Farsi fa Fiji fj Finnish fi Flemish French fr Frisian fy Fulfulde Galician gl Gaelic Scottish gd Gaelic Manx gv Georgian ka German de Greek el Greenlandic kl Guarani gn Gujarati gu Haitian Creole ht Hausa ha Hawaiian Hebrew he iw Hindi hi Hungarian hu Ibibio Icelandic is Ido io Igbo Indonesian id in Interlingua ia Interlingue ie Inuktitut iu Inupiak ik Irish ga Italian it Japanese ja Javanese jv Kannada kn Kanuri Kashmiri ks Kazakh kk Kinyarwanda Ruanda rw Kirghiz ky Kirundi Rundi rn Konkani Korean ko Kurdish ku Laothian lo Latin la Latvian Lettish lv Limburgish Limburger li Lingala ln Lithuanian lt Macedonian mk Malagasy mg Malay ms Malayalam ml Maltese mt Maori mi Marathi mr Moldavian mo Mongolian mn Nauru na Nepali ne Norwegian no Occitan oc Oriya or Oromo Afan Galla om Papiamentu Pashto Pushto ps Polish pl Portuguese pt Punjabi pa Quechua qu Rhaeto Romance rm Romanian ro Russian ru Sami Lappish Samoan sm Sangro sg Sanskrit sa Serbian sr Serbo Croatian sh Sesotho st Setswana tn Shona sn Sichuan Yi ii Sindhi sd Sinhalese si Siswati ss Slovak sk Slovenian

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  • HTML Tags
    sees text surrounded by h1 tags for example it knows to display that text as a level one heading And if it sees p tags it will display a paragraph Like this h1 Heading h1 p Paragraph p Some HTML elements only have a start tag These are called void elements For example the line break element is a void element As you can see here it has no end tag p Text before br Text after p End tags are not allowed on void elements they must have a start tag only However some non void elements start and or end tag can be omitted in certain circumstances But this is optional The rules around this are quite complex and depend on the tags involved so it s usually safer just to use start and end tags unless you know what you re doing Example Web Page Explained In case you re interested here s an explanation of the HTML tags on the example web page at the top Don t worry don t need to memorize all this right now you can always come back later DOCTYPE Represents the document type Must only appear once at the top of the page before any HTML tags All HTML5 documents should have doctype html at the top of the page Strictly speaking DOCTYPE isn t an element it s simply a required preamble html Represents the root of an HTML document It is the container that contains all other HTML elements Therefore it must come first except for the DOCTYPE which is located prior to the opening HTML element head Represents the head of an HTML document It contains a collection of metadata content i e content that sets up the presentation or behavior of the rest of the document

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  • HTML Lists
    styles of any HTML element using CSS We discuss CSS later in the tutorial Types of Lists HTML includes various tags for different types of lists Here s an explanation ul The ul element represents an unordered list An unordered list is a list where the list items are listed in no particular order Therefore each list item can be listed without numbers or other ordering mechanisms An unordered list will typically be displayed with round or square bullet points next to each item as opposed to numbers or letters etc Images can also be used to create your own custom bullets Like this ul li Bananas li li Oranges li ul ol This element represents an ordered list An ordered list is a list where the items have been ordered intentionally The main point of an ordered list is that the list items need to be ordered in order to convey the intended meaning Changing the order would change the meaning of the list or document For example if we wanted to display the fruit in order of preference we would need to use an ordered list This enables us to list the fruit in the exact order of preference By changing the order would change the meaning Another example would be if our fruit was a list of ingredients in a recipe and that they had to be added in the correct order An ordered list can be ordered using decimal numbers eg 1 2 3 etc lower case latin alphabet eg a b c etc upper case latin alphabet eg A B C etc lower case roman numerals eg i ii iii etc or upper case roman numerals eg I II III etc You can specify whether the list is ascending eg 1 2 3 etc or

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  • HTML Attributes
    instead of 10 Boolean Attributes Some attributes can be written without a value These are called boolean attributes For example you could add reversed to the above list without specifying a value ol reversed ol Simply by adding the attribute name is enough to set its value to true and it will perform its expected function in this case to reverse the order of the markers on the list Therefore there is no need to add a value you either omit it or include its name Having said that you can also use reversed reversed or even reversed as these are both equivalent to simply using reversed Required vs Optional Most HTML attributes are optional you can choose whether to include them or not However some HTML tags require that certain attributes are present This is usually because the tag cannot function without the added parameter provided by one or more attributes Embedded images work like this you must use an attribute to provide the location of the image to display We cover images later in this tutorial Not all attributes can be used on all HTML tags Some attributes are only allowed on certain tags But there are some attributes that can be used on all HTML elements Global Attributes Global attributes are a set of attributes that can be used on any HTML tag Other attributes can only be used on selected tags but global attributes are available to all tags If you re interested here is a complete list of global attributes that are supported in HTML5 Event Handler Content Attributes Event handler content attributes are a special type of attribute that allows you to incorporate JavaScript code within your HTML document JavaScript can provide a huge improvement in the functionality of a web page For example

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  • HTML Links
    resource such as a file And as with any other element you can also use any of the global attributes For example you could use the title attribute to provide a tool tip type description of the destination web page And again as with any other element you can also use any of the event handler content attributes To see a full list of attributes that you can use with this tag here s more information about the a element About URLs URL which stands for Uniform Resource Locator is the location of a resource on the web This is usually a web page image or some other file Many non technical people call this the web address When creating a hyperlink you can use either an absolute URL or a relative URL Absolute URLs An absolute URL is a URL where the full path is included Here s an example of an absolute URL http www quackit com html index cfm This includes the protocol eg http the domain name sub domain eg www quackit com and the full path to the actual resource eg html index cfm Relative URLs A relative URL on the other hand only contains some of the path This is because the path is relative to an implied absolute URL The page in the previous example could also be linked to with any of the following index cfm html index cfm html index cfm The one you use would depend on where the current page is located i e the page that you are linking from Here s an explanation index cfm To use this URL your code would look like this href index cfm This requires that your linking page is in the same directory that index cfm is located in html index cfm To use this URL your code would look like this href html index cfm This requires that your linking page is one directory above index cfm The path shows that index cfm is located inside the html directory html index cfm To use this URL your code would look like this href html index cfm This requires that your linking page is in a directory that s at the same level as the html directory The two dots and forward slash indicate that you intend to move back one level then into the html directory to the index cfm file Although relative URLs can be shorter and easy to code they can become broken very easily if you decide to move a page do a major redesign etc Therefore I don t normally recommend using them Root Relative URLs Root relative URLs are a different story A root relative URL always starts with a forward slash and this indicates that it is relative to the website s root directory The URL always consists of the full path from the website s root Therefore no matter where your linking page is located you always use the same URL So we

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  • HTML Images
    has chosen to use this feature to give his her eyes a rest It could also be that the user finds it easier to listen to long blocks of text than to read In these cases the software would read out any alt text and the image will still make sense to the user User is using a text only browser There s a problem with the image or the HTML resulting in a broken image Attributes As well as the src and alt attributes there are several other optional attributes specific to this element not to mention the global attributes and event handler content attributes that are available for all HTML elements To see a full list of attributes that you can use with this tag here s more information about the img element About the Image Location The image location provided with the src attribute must be a valid URL A URL which stands for Uniform Resource Locator is the location of a resource on the web This could be a web page image or some other file When embedding an image you can use either an absolute URL or a relative URL same as when creating hyperlinks For an explanation on absolute vs relative URLs see the previous page HTML links Image Size You should try to avoid resizing the image in HTML If possible resize the image to the correct dimensions first using an image editor then use those dimensions in the HTML code So if you need to display the image at 200x150 for example resize it to that size in an image editor so that it is exactly those dimensions Don t take a 300x200 image and use HTML code to squeeze it down to a 200x150 image The reason I recommend this is

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