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7: EOF: Index and Information



7.1: Index

(Links in this index lead to individual chapters.)
[ - 3.2
] - 3.2
& - 3.1
[ - 3.2
] - 3.2
& - 3.1
> - 3.1
< - 3.1
² - 2.3.1, 3.3
³ - 2.3.1, 3.3
> - 3.1
< - 3.1
<abbr> ... </abbr> - 6.3
     title attribute - 6.3
<acronym> ... </acronym> - 6.3
     title attribute - 6.3
<b> ... </b> - 2.1.1
<big> ... </big> - 2.2
<blockquote> ... </blockquote> - 5.1
<br /> - 1.2
<code> ... </code> - 2.4.1
<dd> ... </dd> - 4.2
<del> ... </del> - 2.5.1
<dl> ... </dl> - 4.2
<dt> ... </dt> - 4.2
<em> ... </em> - 2.1.2
<h1> ... </h1> - 6.1
<h2> ... </h2> - 6.1
<h3> ... </h3> - 6.1
<h4> ... </h4> - 6.1
<h5> ... </h5> - 6.1
<h6> ... </h6> - 6.1
<hr /> - 6.2
<i> ... </i> - 2.1.1
<ins> ... </ins> - 2.5.1
<kbd> ... </kbd> - 2.4.1
<li> ... </li> - 4.1
<ol> ... </ol> - 4.1
     type attribute - 4.1.1
<p> ... </p> - 1.3
<pre> ... </pre> - 2.4.2
<q> ... </q> - 5.2
<s> ... </s> - 2.5.2
<samp> ... </samp> - 2.4.1
<small> ... </small> - 2.2
<strike> ... </strike> - 2.5.2
<strong> ... </strong> - 2.1.2
<sub> ... </sub> - 2.3.1
<sup> ... </sup> - 2.3.1
<tt> ... </tt> - 2.4.1
<u> ... </u> - 2.1.1
<ul> ... </ul> - 4.1
<var> ... </var> - 2.3.2
² - 2.3.1, 3.3
³ - 2.3.1, 3.3
^H - 2.5.2
abbreviation - 6.3
acronym - 6.3
alignment
     centered - 1.3.1
     justified - 1.3.1
     left - 1.3.1
     right - 1.3.1
ampersand - 3.1
ASCII art - 2.4.2
attribute
     align - 1.3.1
     title - 6.3
     type - 4.1.1
big - 2.2
block quotation - 5.1
bold - 2.1.1, 2.1.2
break - 1.2
bulleted list - 4.1
center alignment - 1.3.1
character entity - 3
     #91 - 3.2
     #93 - 3.2
     amp - 3.1
     gt - 3.1
     lt - 3.1
     sup2 - 2.3.1, 3.3
     sup3 - 2.3.1, 3.3
closing square bracket - 3.2
code - 2.4.1
code sample - 2.4.1
definition
     HTML - 1.1
definition definition - 4.2
definition list - 4.2
definition term - 4.2
deleted - 2.5.1
emphasis - 2.1.2
fixed-width - 2.4
font size - 2.2
greater than - 3.1
headings - 6.1
horizontal line - 6.2
horizontal rule - 6.2
HTML
     defined - 1.1
index - 7.1
inline - 2.4.1
inserted - 2.5.1
italics - 2.1.1, 2.1.2
justified alignment - 1.3.1
keyboard - 2.4.1
left alignment - 1.3.1
left square bracket - 3.2
less than - 3.1
line
     horizontal - 6.2
list
     bulleted - 4.1
     definition - 4.2
     numbered - 4.1
     ordered - 4.1
     unordered - 4.1
logical styles - 2.1.3
markup language - 1.1
monospace - 2.4
N-Wing - 7.3
nesting tags - 2.1.1
new line - 1.2
numbered list - 4.1
opening square bracket - 3.2
ordered list - 4.1
outline - 4.1.1, 6.1
paragraph - 1.3
paragraph alignment - 1.3.1
physical styles - 2.1.3
pictures - 2.4.2
poem - 1.2, 1.3.1
pre-formatted - 2.4.2
quotation - 5.1, 5.2
recommendation - 2.1.1, 2.1.3
right alignment - 1.3.1
right square bracket - 3.2
sample - 2.4.1
size - 2.2
small - 2.2
starting new line - 1.2, 1.3
strikethrough - 2.5.2
strong - 2.1.2
style
     logical - 2.1.3
     physical - 2.1.3
subscript - 2.3.1
superscript - 2.3.1
superscript 2 - 2.3.1, 3.3
superscript 3 - 2.3.1, 3.3
tag - 1.1
     abbr - 6.3
     acronym - 6.3
     b - 2.1.1
     big - 2.2
     blockquote - 5.1
     br - 1.2
     code - 2.4.1
     dd - 4.2
     del - 2.5.1
     dl - 4.2
     dt - 4.2
     em - 2.1.2
     h1 - 6.1
     h2 - 6.1
     h3 - 6.1
     h4 - 6.1
     h5 - 6.1
     h6 - 6.1
     hr - 6.2
     i - 2.1.1
     ins - 2.5.1
     kbd - 2.4.1
     li - 4.1
     ol - 4.1
     p - 1.3
     pre - 2.4.2
     q - 5.2
     s - 2.5.2
     samp - 2.4.1
     small - 2.2
     strike - 2.5.2
     strong - 2.1.2
     sub - 2.3.1
     sup - 2.3.1
     tt - 2.4.1
     u - 2.1.1
     ul - 4.1
     var - 2.3.2
tags
     nesting - 2.1.1
teletype text - 2.4.1
title attribute - 6.3
type attribute - 4.1.1
underline - 2.1.1
unordered list - 4.1
variable - 2.3.2



7.2: Thanks

Following are some people that pointed out some errors in this and/or contributed in some other way. If I forgot to list you here, it is probably because I don't like you. (Actually, you just slipped my mind. Sorry. (/msg me))

resiak
for pointing out that Firefox put its own quotes around <q> (which led me to seeing that another browser also put quotes, which made me check the specs for that point)
in10se, baffo(???), and others
for giving more detailed information for individual writeups on tags: abbr acronym b big blockquote br cite code dd del dl dt em h1 h2 h3 h4 h5 h6 hr i ins kbd li ol p pre q s samp small strike strong sub sup tt u ul var
General Wesc
for reminding me of "justify" in <p align="justify"> (go me, for having a response time of "only" about 3.5 months)
mcc
for reminding me to look up what the "tt" in the <tt> tag really meant
Shro0m
pointed out I strong-ed the wrong letters in the expansion of kbd
jrn
suggested I mention a special use of italics (citation) that I don't cover until later (I added a note about this and link to the appropriate section.)
quamaretto
reminded me to clarify when the "escape sequence" (character entity) for closing square bracket, ] was needed (3.2: Using square brackets in Everything)
Gorgonzola
For essentially told me my opening was bad! (I stated you could node in plain text, but it was pointed out that it currently would lead to nukage if unchanged.)
Freaek
pointed out on of my typos
others
other people who pointed out problems, but I forgot to write down who they were (sorry)



7.3: Guide Information

guide creation
1999.12.17.n5
guide updated
2007-04-08(0) (Easter)
updates/changes since last time (2004-11-25 (4))
added start attribute to <ol> description
now b/i vs. strong/em argument essentially says it doesn't matter
updated 3.2: Using square brackets in Everything note about the closing square bracket, ]
changed opening, as unformatted writeups are now generally frowned upon
updated email address due to excessive spam volume on older one
cleaned source document somewhat (not user-visible), but HTML looks nicer in the syntax-highlighting code editor I use
guide author
N-Wing
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