Slide 2: Indicates emphasis <EM>
Slide 3: <STRONG> Indicates text which should be more forceful than surrounding text.
Slide 4: <CITE> indicates a reference to work, such as a book, report or web site. Sources:
<UL> <LI><CITE>Report on Space Management</CITE>, Butch Saul, 1997 <LI><CITE>Consumer Perceptions</CITE>, Ben Hall, 1963 </UL> produces
Report on Space Management, Butch Saul, 1997
Consumer Perceptions, Ben Hall, 1963 <CITE> is also commonly used to indicate ownership and authorship of a web page
Slide 5: <KBD> indicates characters that should be typed in at a keyboard.
<KBD> is rendered in a fixed width font. At the prompt type <KBD>grep client *.cgi</KBD>
At the prompt type grep client *.cgi
Slide 6: <VAR> indicates a variable from a computer program.
Slide 7: <DFN> Indicates a definition of a word or term. A <DFN>spud</DFN> is potato. produces
A spud is potato.
Slide 8: Logical tags
Do not control the display of the text. They just Indicate what type of text in between them. It is up to the browser to decide how the text is to be displayed.
help you, the author, keep track of what you are saying, without the distraction of presentation.