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Wilbur is the name for the next HTML standard (3.2). This document, part of the WDG Wilbur Reference, provides an introduction to the new standard.
An alphabetical list of all the tags in the Wilbur specification.
The Web Design Group's comprehensive reference to HTML 4.0, with full descriptions of all elements and attributes.
A summary of the new features in HTML?4.0 and a look at the key concepts behind the new standard.
Wilbur is the name for the next HTML standard (3.2). Here you can find all the tags in this proposal, including tips on usage and limitations.
A description and listing of block-level elements in HTML 4.0.
A description and listing of inline elements in HTML 4.0.
An overview of all elements in the HTML 3.2 (Wilbur) specification, with cautions, notes and recommendations. Includes syntax.
An alphabetical list of all elements in HTML 4.0.
A description of deprecated features in HTML 4.0, including a list of deprecated elements.
This is a general overview of the structure of an HTML 3.2 (Wilbur) compliant document.
An organizational list of all elements in HTML 4.0.
An explanation of elements, tags, and attributes, and how they are used in an HTML?4.0 document.
A description of the HTML 4.0 attributes that are common to most elements, including core attributes, internationalization attributes, and scripting events.
The Web Design Group's guide to Cascading Style Sheets.
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A description of all the properties of Cascading Style Sheets, level 1.
A quick tutorial for learning how to use Cascading Style Sheets.
Links to reference material for Cascading Style Sheets.
A description of common kinds of HTML 4.0 attribute values.
Change the appearance of hundreds of Web pages by changing just one file... Influence presentation without losing visitors... All with the power and flexibility of Web style sheets.
A description of the units available in Cascading Style Sheets, level 1.
The structure and rules of Cascading Style Sheets, including an introduction to the various kinds of selectors, pseudo-classes, pseudo-elements, and cascading order.
Details on how to link style sheets and HTML.