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Which HTML tag does NOT require a closing tag?

<p>

<img>

<a>

<h1>

Paragraph tags need a closing tag.

Anchor tags need a closing tag.

Header1 tags need a closing tag.

What is a span tag for?

To wrap images in for resizing

To measure distances between HTML elements

To wrap around inline elements like text

To wrap around block level elements like images

Images should never be resized using HTML attributes (you'll learn more why later)

That doesn't really exist in HTML

Spans should not take the place of divs.

How many header sizes are there?

6

5

4

3

There are up to 6 different header tag sizes

There are up to 6 different header tag sizes

There are up to 6 different header tag sizes

What are section tags used for?

Grouping of just images.

A generic container element like the div element

Used to add space between elements

A thematic grouping of elements.

No such element exists, though there are some rule of thumbs to follow.

The section tag should never be used like the div tag.

Use CSS to add space between elements, not HTML elements.

When should you use the <strong> tag?

To make text bold

To make text bigger font size

To add spacing between the letters

Never.

You should never use the old HTML tags to style text (except for the really rare circumstances)

You should never use the old HTML tags to style text (except for the really rare circumstances)

You should never use the old HTML tags to style text (except for the really rare circumstances)

Which one is an example of an HTML attribute?

<a>

"classname"

href

<img>

This is an HTML tag, not an attribute.

This is a value not an attribute.

This is an HTML tag, not an attribute.

Which one is related to lists?

<td>

<li>

<p>

<th>

This is table data and should be used only with the table tag.

This is a paragraph tag and can be used anyone, not exclusive to lists.

This is a table header and should only be used with the table tag.

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