Test 3_3-BF-05.htm

xml:lang is supported or ignored.

<abbr> element: 'Mr.' is an abbreviation for Mister.

<acronym> element: HTTP is an acronym for HyperText Transfer Protocol.

<address> element:

123 Main Street
Home Town, WA 98607
is an address.

<blockquote> element:

This entire section should be set off from the surrounding text as a block. This is some text to fill up the space. This is some text to fill up the space. Multiple lines should all be indented or otherwise set off no matter how many lines long it is. This is some more text. This is some more text. This is some more text.

<br> element:
There must be a line break before this line and again here -->
this text must be on the next line.

<cite>element: A citation may be set off by special formatting, but should be rendered inline. For example, see [HTML 4.01] for further details.

<code> element: The following is a line of code: foo=bar; It is often rendered in a monospace font, and should be inline.

<dfn> element: A definition for Markup Language is A way to add computer-understandable information to text files. It may be presented differently from surrounding text, but should be rendered inline.

<div> element: The following text must be rendered as a block (on a line by itself):

This line must be rendered as a block

<em> element: This line must be rendered in italic or in a way that differentiates it from the rest of the text!

<h1> element:

This line of text uses the h1 size of heading and must be the largest heading size

<h2> element:

This line of text uses the h2 size of heading and must be the same size or smaller than h1

<h3> element:

This line of text uses the h3 size of heading and must be the same size or smaller than h2

<h4> element:

This line of text uses the h4 size of heading and must be the same size or smaller than h3

<h5> element:

This line of text uses the h5 size of heading and must be the same size or smaller than h4

<h6> element:

This line of text uses the h6 size of heading and must be the same size or smaller than h5

<kbd> element: This element indicates text to be entered by the user. It should be rendered inline, and may or may not be rendered differently from surrounding text.

<p> element: The two sentences following this sentence should be set off as separate paragraphs:

Paragraph one: This sentence must be separate from the ones above and below it; yes, it's a bit of a run-on sentence, to be sure that text wraps around to form a paragraph with more than one line and in fact it will need to carry on and on a while longer, to be really sure the text will wrap on even a wide page...perhaps this is long enough?

Paragraph two: This sentence must be separate from the ones above and below it; yes, it's a bit of a run-on sentence, to be sure that text wraps around to form a paragraph with more than one line and in fact it will need to carry on and on a while longer, to be really sure the text will wrap on even a wide page...perhaps this is long enough?

<pre> element: In the following preformatted paragraph, the second line should be indented 8 characters from the line above it and the third line should be indented four characters from the line above it.

	The second line should be indented 8 characters
	        from the line above it and the third line should be indented
	            four characters from the line above it.        

	 

<q> element: Yogi Berra said, The future ain't what it used to be. The quotation may be presented in some distinguished manner, but should be rendered inline, and MUST be set off by quotation marks.

<samp> element: This element is used to tag sample output, such as: Not found: Please check the address and try again. Such messages may or may not be formatted differently from surrounding content, but should be presented inline.

<span> element: Provides structure for inline content. This text must start on the same line as the one on which the previous sentence ended.

<strong> element: Indicates emphasis. This sentence must be rendered in bold or in a way that differentiates it from the rest of the text!

<var> element: Indicates a variable or program argument. The variable name foo should be rendered inline.

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