Roy Schestowitz opined.
> Although this source was criticised by alt.html before, I choose to
> recommend it again:
The Bare Bones Guide to HTML lists every official HTML tag in common usage,
Element. It is HTML Element. Not tag.
This alone indicates that whoever wrote this can not even get the
nomenclature correct. What other errors are there in there?
plus Netscape and Microsoft extensions.
Hmmm. It gets worse. These days we try to write web pages that work on every
browser, not specifically for just one or two, to the exclusion of the
It's also interesting that this site makes no mention at all of the
technology the OP acually requires, that is CSS.
> I started using it many years ago and I still use it. It's concise and it
> includes almost all the information that you need.
Plus all of the crap that was in use last century.
I too will make a recommendation: You, and the OP, would be far better off
going to W3C and reading the specifications, or at least using something
that was written in the current era.