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Block Tags

Tag Description
<acronym> Defines an acronym
<abbr> Defines an abbreviation
<address> Defines an address element
<blockquote> Defines an long quotation
<center> Defines centered text
<q> Defines a short quotation
<cite> Defines a citation
<ins> Defines inserted text
<del> Defines deleted text
<s> Defines strikethrough text
<strike> Defines strikethrough text
 
<acronym>..text..</acronym>Tag
The tag defines the start of an acronym, like “WWW” and “C.B.I.”. By marking up acronyms you can give useful information to browsers, spell checkers, translation systems and search-engine indexers.
 
The title attribute can be used to show the full version of the expression when you are holding the mouse over the acronym(text).
 
Format:
<acronym title=”text_to_display_when_mouse_over_the_text”>..text..</acronym>
 
 
<abbr>..text..</abbr>
Indicates an abbreviated form, like “Inc.”, “etc.”. By marking up abbreviations you can give useful information to browsers, spell checkers, translation systems and search-engine indexers.
 
In some browsers the title attribute can be used to show the full version of the expression when you are holding the mouse over the abbreviation.
 
Format:
<abbr title=”text_to_display_when_mouse_over_the_text”>..text..</abbr>
 
 
<address> ..address..</address>
The <address> tag defines the start of an address. You should use it to define addresses, signatures, or authorships of documents. The address usually renders in italic. Most browsers will add a line break before and after the address element, but line breaks inside the text you have to insert yourself.
 
Format with Example:
<address>
Donald Duck<br />
Box 555<br />
Disneyland
</address>

Output:
Donald Duck
Box 555
Disneyland

 
 
<blockquote>………Text……..</blockquote>
The <blockquote> tag defines the start of a long quotation.
 
<blockquote>
<p>here is a long quotation</p>
</blockquote>
 
<center>….</center>
This tag Centers its enclosed text horizontally.
 
Format:
<center>… text …….</center>
 
<q> small text</q>
The <q> tag defines the start of a short quotation.
 
Format:
<q> small text</q>
 
<cite>
This tag defines the citation.
 
Format:
<cite> text </cite>
 
<ins>
This tag provide the facility of inserting the text in between the text.
 
Format:
<ins> text </ins>
 
<del>
Defines text that has been deleted in a document.
 
Format:
<del>..text..</del>
 
<s>or<strike>
The <s> and <strike> tags defines strikethrough text.
 
Format:
<s> text </s> or <strike> text</strike>
 
Examples of Block tags
 
Examples Outputs
<blockquote><p>here is a long quotation </p></blockquote> here is a long quotation
<q>here is a short quotation </q> “here is a short quotation”
<center>Center this text</center> Center this text
a dozen is <del>20</del>pieces! a dozen is 20 pieces!
a dozen is <ins>12</ins>pieces! a dozen is 12 pieces!
<cite>Citation</cite> Citation
A version is <s>not available.</s> now available! A version is not available. now available!
A version is <strike>not available.</strike> ok! A version is not available. ok!
 
Now you have learned the Output Tags, so now lets do some practical.
 
Just write/copy this example on any text editor new file and save the file and open in the browser and see how it looks.
 
Example:
<html>
<head>
<title>Block Tags</title>
</head>
<body>
<br><b> center tag </b>
<center>Center this text</center>
<b> acronym tag </b>
<acronym title=”World Wide Web”>WWW</acronym><br>
<b> abbr tag </b>
<abbr title=”hypertext markup language”> HTML</abbr><br>
<b> blockquote tag </b>
<blockquote>here is a long quotation here is a long quotation</blockquote>
<b> del tag </b>
a dozen is <del>20</del> pieces!<br>
<b> ins tag </b>
a dozen is <ins>12</ins> pieces!<br>
<b> s tag </b>
A new version is <s>not yet available.</s> now available!
<b> strike tag </b><br>
A new version is <strike>not yet available.</strike> now available!
</body>
</html>

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