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HTML Tag Reference

Universal Attributes

The following attributes can be used with almost all tags inside the BODY of the document.

CLASS="styleClass"

specifes the style class to be used by this element. The styles are defined in the <STYLE> tag in the document's header, or in a separate style sheet file. Communicator 4.0

For more information about styles and style sheets , see Part 1. Style Sheets in Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator. For more information about the CLASS attribute, see the section Specifying Styles for Individual Elements in Chapter 3-Creating Style Sheets and Assigning Styles in the book Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator.

LANG="ISO"

indicates the language of the text element in the HTML file. Navigator 3.0

ID="namedPlaceOrStyle"

has two possible meanings.

The ID attribute can mark a place in the document in the same way that <A NAME> marks a place. Navigator 3.0

The ID attribute can also specify a named style for this element to use. Navigator 4.0

For more information about styles and style sheets , see Part 1. Style Sheets in Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator. For more information about the use of the ID tag to specify a named individual style, see the section Defining Named Individual Styles in Chapter 3-Creating Style Sheets and Assigning Styles in the book Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator.

STYLE="style"

specifies a style for a specific element. Communicator 4.0.

For more information about styles and style sheets , see Part 1. Style Sheets in Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator. For more information about the STYLE tag, see the section Defining Style Sheets with the <STYLE> Tag in Chapter 3-Creating Style Sheets and Assigning Styles in the book Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator.


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