The Comprehensive HTML Cross Reference
This is a cross-referenced list of
HTML tags with an explanation of their use, their syntax and their attributes.
As far as possible, each tag and/or attribute is categorised as being part of
the HTML 2.0 spec, as part of the HTML 3.2 spec, or as an
extension from either Netscape or Microsoft.
The easiest way to navigate through the cross-reference is
by using one of the following indexes:
More information about HTML standards, and how we have categorised
each tag and its attributes, is available on our
standards and support page.
- The compact index lists only the
tags themselves. It is the shortest index (takes the least
time to download) and takes up the least amount of space
- The complete index is a little
longer and lists each tag with its descriptive name.
- Four special indexes are available which
list the tags according to standards they conform to.
If you would like a copy of the tag list all in one piece please write to
Melissa Price to arrange it.
A glossary of common HTML terms is also
The Comprehensive HTML Cross Reference was created as a service
to the Internet community.
It represents a
of Scott Williams of CDI Corporate Education Services and Kate Gregory of
Gregory Consulting and is fully protected by
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