And here is my assignment :)
This course will become read-only in the near future. Tell us at community.p2pu.org if that is a problem.
HTML uses inline elements to mark data such as citations, computer code, images, and links. Inline elements cannot be placed directly in the <body> but should be nested within a block element, such as <p>.
We have already covered the anchor tag <a>, which is one of the inline elements, in a previous section. There are many other commonly used inline elements. Inline elements can be divided into two general types;
Although there are presentation markup elements, it is advisable to use CSS for presentation and rely on HTML specifically for semantic markup.
Stress emphasis <em> and importance<strong> are used to indicate emphasis. Stress emphasis is recommended as a marker for text that would be stated with linguistic emphasis (such as rate of speech or intonation). Use <strong> for text with strong importance, where a speaker might not alter their voice.
<p>Beans are <em>really</em> good for you. They are great for your <strong>heart and soul</strong>.</p>
Often it is necessary to cite <cite> the source of a statement or idea. Sources for the <cite> tag are usually literary such as a book, play, website, newspaper, article, etc.
<p>I'm 17 years old. I'm not a straight-A student or anything. Even so, I figured out how to make an Internet that they can't wiretap. I figured out how to jam their person-tracking technology. I can turn innocent people into suspects and turn guilty people into innocents in their eyes. I could get metal onto an airplane or beat a no-fly list. I figured this stuff out by looking at the web and by thinking about it. If I can do it, terrorists can do it. They told us they took away our freedom to make us safe. Do you feel safe? <cite>Little Brother by Cory Doctorow</cite></p>
Inline quotations can be marked with the <q> tag. These quotations generally involve people rather than literary works.
<p>Tim Berners-Lee said <q>What's very important from my point of view is that there is one web … Anyone that tries to chop it into two will find that their piece looks very boring.</q></p>
Sometimes we need to offer a definition for a term. The <dfn> tag is used for this purpose.
We use the <address> tags when displaying a physical address such as a mailing address.
<address> 123 Main Street<br/> Anytown<br/> </address>
The <del> tag is used to show that text is no longer relevant in a document without actually removing the text. This is typically accomplished via a "strike through" line drawn across the text.
<p>Cats are great pets. Cats eat <del>vegetables</del> small animals.</p>
There are several more inline HTML elements. The following sites offer further details:
And here is my assignment :)
...and number three:
Here is a link to my work on this task
<!DOCTYPE html><html><head><meta charset="UTF-8" /><title>Prueba</title></head><body><p> Aqui hay cosas a tener en cuenta:<abbr title="Code example">Cod. ex.:</abbr><samp>if (you == "genius") i = stupid;</samp><u>Subráyame</u><small>Encojo</small>Y esto es todo </p></body></html>