|<p></p>||Defines a paragraph with line breaks before and after.|
|<div></div>||Defines a paragraph with no vertical white space before and after. Typically used with style. Can nest.|
|<span></span>||Used as a "wrapper" for formatting inline text. Typically used with style. Can nest.|
|<pre></pre>||Defines a block of preformatted text preserving white space.|
|<hr>||Adds a horizontal line.|
|<br>||Forces a line break. (Shift+Return in Dreamweaver)|
| ||Non-breaking space (Ctrl+Shift+Space in Dreamweaver)|
|>||Greater then sign >|
|<||Less then sign <|
|©||Copyright symbol ©|
|Font: 8pt 12pt 20pt 24pt Width: Min. 50% 75% 100%|
1. Experiment with the example above to complete the following. Then save it as a page.
2. Create a page that demonstrates the difference between span, div, and p tags as shown in the figure. Your page should look just like the one in the figure and should use NO <br> tags.
3. Create a page that looks like the following:
4. Experiment with a Web Design Tool.