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Help page to write HTML tags with PHP For a better understanding you can download this helper http://www.idiap.ch/~carron/classes/html.class/docs.zip By Tristan Carron Html.class.php V1.6 A PHP A($url, $txtLinks) // The <A HREF tag is used to link pages together // It must contain both parameteres Abbr PHP Abbr($text, $class) // The abbreviation tag defines an abbreviation. // It is typically displayed just like normal text, // but is used by automatic indexers Acronym PHP Acronym($text, $class) // The acronym tag defines an acronym. It is // typically displayed just like normal text, but // is used by automatic indexers Address PHP Address($text, $class) // The address tag defines text that gives an address // information. It is typically displayed in italics, // slightly indented, and is used by automatic indexers Anchor PHP Anchor($url, $text, $class) // The anchor tag defines a link or an anchor in a document. // The anchor tag must contain either a NAME // attribute or an HREF attribute, or both. Applet PHP Applet($code, $name, $codeBase, $width, $height, $alt, array $param, array $paramData, $class) // The Java applet tag runs a Java applet referred to by a URL. // applet-content consists of optional PARAM tags, ordinary text // and markup to be displayed by browsers that cannot run Java // applets, and a TEXTFLOW tag if no ordinary text and markup is // included WARNING does not work with all the browser... Au PHP Au($text, $class) // The au tag defines text that names the author // of a document. It is typically displayed just like // normal text, but is used by automatic indexers Author PHP Author($text, $class) // The author tag defines text that names the author // of a document. It is typically displayed just like // normal text, but is used by automatic indexers Base PHP Base($url, $target) // The base tag, which is valid only in the HEAD section, // defines the base address of an HTML document, which is used // to determine the full address of relative URL"s that appear // in the document. The typical use for this is to move an HTML // document to another site without moving all the images and // related documents with it: the base URL can be set to the // directory where those images and documents remain. The // “default target” will become // the target for all links unless specified explicitly // the different target are : _parent, _top, _self, _blank BaseFont PHP BaseFont($face, $color, $size) // The base font tag defines the base that // relative FONT changes are based on. (Default is 3.) // WARNING this tag as to be put in the head section Bdo PHP Bdo($text, $direction, $lang, $class) // function to invert a texte with the prams. // rtl : right to left // ltr : left to right BgSound PHP BgSound($url, $loop) // The background sound tag identifies a .wav, .au, or .mid // resource that will be played when the page is opened. // The optional LOOP attribute will cause the resource to // be played n times. LOOP="INFINITE" will cause the resource // to be played continuously as long as the page is open // WARNING works only with Internet Explorer Big PHP Big($text, $class) // The big text tag defines text that should // be displayed in a larger font than usual Blink PHP Blink($text, $class) // The blink tag highlights the text // by having it blink on and off BlockQuote PHP BlockQuote($text, $class) // The <blockquote> tag is supposed to contain // only block-level elements within it, and not // just plain text. Body PHP Body() // The body tag introduces the body of the document. // It should appear after the head section and // occupy the remainder of the document BodyEnd PHP BodyEnd() // the function to close the <BODY> tag Bold PHP Bold($text) // to put the text in bold Br PHP Br() // to do a line return Button PHP Button($text, $type, $name, $value, $action, $nameAction, $disabled, $class) // Defines a push button. Inside a button // element you can put content, like text or images. // This is the difference between this element // and buttons created with the input element. // the type can be : submit, reset, button Caption PHP Caption($text, $class) // This element defines a table caption. // The <caption> tag must be inserted immediately after // the <table> tag. You can specify only one caption per // table. Usually the caption will be centered above the table. Center PHP Center($text, $class) // The center tag defines text that should be centered Cite PHP Cite($text, $class) // The citation tag defines text that cites a // book or other work -- most browsers will // display it in italics Code PHP Code($text, $class) // The code tag defines text that should be // shown in a fixed width font. It can be nested // with other idiomatic or typographic tags but some // browsers will respect only the innermost tag. Many // browsers use the same font for the KBD, SAMP, TT and CODE // tags. For many lines of fixed width text, with the line // breaks and other whitespace specified by the page author, use // the PRE tag ColGroup PHP ColGroup($span, array $width) // Defines the attribute values for one or more // columns in a table. You can only use this element // inside a colgroup. Use this element when you want // to specify different attribute values to a column // inside a colgroup. Without a col element a column // will inherit all its attribute values from the // column group. Comment PHP Comment($text) // The comment tag includes the actual comment text Dd PHP Dd($text) // The <dd> tag defines the description of a // term in a definition list. Del PHP Del($text, $class) // The deleted text tag marks text that has been // deleted, for example in a group authoring situation // or a legal document The deleted text tag marks text that has been deleted, for example in a group authoring situation or a legal document Dfn PHP Dfn($text, $class) // The definition tag defines text that defines a // term -- many browsers will display it in italics, // though others will ignore it. It can be nested with // other idiomatic or typographic tags but some browsers // will respect only the innermost tag Div PHP Div($align) // function to open a div tag to align or put classes DivEnd PHP DivEnd() // function to close the div tag DlEnd PHP DlEnd() // The </dl> tag defines the end of a definition list. DlStart PHP DlStart($compact) // The <dl> tag defines a definition list. Dt PHP Dt($text) // The <dt> tag defines the start of // a term in a definition list. Embed PHP Embed($url, $width, $height, $loop, $play, $quality, $scale) // The embed element is used to embed a // plugin into a document. The OBJECT tag // can also be used to embed objects // the loop arameter will be false if anything is set // the play arameter will be false if anything is set // the different quality are : Low, Auto Low, Auto High, High // scale arameter are : Default(show all), No border, Exact fit FieldSetEnd PHP FieldSetEnd() // The fieldSetEnd() close the fieldset tag FieldSetStart PHP FieldSetStart($class) // The fieldset element draws a box // around its containing elements. Font PHP Font($text, $face, $color, $size) // The font tag defines text with a smaller or larger // font than usual. The normal font size corresponds to 3; // smaller values of number will produce a smaller font, // and larger values of number will produce a larger font // the ypescrip fonts are : Times, Arial, Courier, Verdana, // Geneva and Georgia Form PHP Form($action, $method) // The form tag introduces a form, which is made up // of INPUT elements, described in the sections that follow. // A form may be inside HTML tags and may also contain // structural tags. Using tables and other elements a form // can take on various shapes and look FormEnd PHP FormEnd() // to close the tag form Frame PHP Frame($url, $name, $noresize, $scrolling, $frameborder, $longdesc, $marginheight, $marginwidth) // the frame tag to define the page to load // the scrolling tag must by : ‘YES’, ‘NO’, ‘AUTO’ FrameSetCols PHP FrameSetCols(array $cols) // the framesetCols tag define a new set of frame sort by cols FrameSetEnd PHP FrameSetEnd() // the tag to close the frameset FrameSetRows PHP FrameSetRows(array $rows) // the framesetrows tag define a new set of frame sort by rows H PHP H($text, $size) // The heading tag defines a level heading. // It is typically shown in a very large bold // font with several blank lines around it Head PHP Head($title, $typeScript, $script) // The head tag introduces text that describes // an HTML document. Most documents have only a // TITLE tag in the head section // you can add a script too example : JavaScript HeadEnd PHP HeadEnd() // the function to close the <HEAD> tag Hr PHP Hr($align, $width, $size, $shade, $color, $class) // The horizontal rule tag causes a horizontal // line to be drawn across the screen. There is no </HR> tag HtmlEnd PHP HtmlEnd() // the </HTML> tag should be the last of the entire document HtmlStart PHP HtmlStart() // The HTML tag defines an HTML document. // The <HTML> tag should be the first in the entire // document I PHP I($text) // The italic tag defines text that should be shown in italics Iframe PHP Iframe($url, $align, $frameborder, $width, $height, $longdesc, $marginheight, $marginwidth, $name, $scroll) // define the Frame and frameset tag // to create multiple pages // the scrolling param must 'YES', 'NO', 'AUTO' Image PHP Image($url, $width, $height, $border, $alt, $map, $class) // The inline image tag displays an image referred // to by a URL. It must contain at least an SRC attribute. Input PHP Input($type, $name, $value, $size, $maxLength, $checked, $alt, $id, $class) // the input tag must be between to form tags and it must // contain the type, text, password, checkbox, radio // submit, reset, file, hidden, image or button Ins PHP Ins($text, $class) // The inserted text tag marks text that // has been inserted, for example in a group // authoring situation or a legal document Kbd PHP Kbd($text, $class) // The keyboard tag defines text that should be shown // in a fixed width font. It can be nested with other // idiomatic or typographic tags but some browsers will // respect only the innermost tag Label PHP Label($text, $for, $class) // Defines a label to a control. // If you click the text within the // label element, it is supposed to toggle // the control. Legend PHP Legend($text, $align, $class) // The legend element defines a caption for a fieldset. // pram align = center, left, right Map PHP Map($name, $shape, $coords, $url, $alt, $title, $target, $class) // The map tag defines a client side image map // It gives a name to a collection of AREA tags // that are superimposed over an inline image // to connect user clicks with URLs // the different shape for the area are : rect, circle, poly // and the target are : _self, _blank, _parent, _top Meta PHP Meta($author, array $keywords, $descr, $lang, $robots, $reply) // The meta tag, which is only valid in a HEAD section, // declares HTTP meta name/value pairs that are associated // with the HTML document. These are used to extend the // HTTP header information returned by the HTTP server. // The support of the meta information is HTTP server specific. // If a name attribute is not specified the HTTP-EQUIV attribute // is used as the name. This tag can also be used // to trigger client side behaviour NoBr PHP NoBr($text, $class) // The no break tag defines a block of text // which will have no line breaks except // those explicitly requested with BR or suggested with WOBR NoFrame PHP NoFrame() // The NOFRAMES tag specifies HTML that can be // used by browsers that do not support // frames. Everything between the start and // end tag is ignored by browsers that understand frames // should be put before the <body> tag NoFrameEnd PHP NoFrameEnd() // function to close the <NOFRAME> tag // should be put after the closed </body> tag NoScript PHP NoScript($text) // The noscript element is used to define // an alternate content (text) if a script is NOT executed. // This tag is used for browsers that recognizes the <script> // tag, but does not support the script in it. Ol PHP Ol($type, array $text, $start, $value, $class) // The ordered list tag introduces an ordered (numbered) // list, which is made up of List Item (LI) tags // the type of bullets are 1, a, i, A, I P PHP P($text, $class) // The <p> tag defines a paragraph. Pre PHP Pre($text, $width, $class) // The pre element defines preformatted text. The text enclosed // in the pre element usually preserves spaces and // line breaks. The text renders in a fixed-pitch font. Q PHP Q($text, $class) // The <q> tag defines the start of a short quotation. S PHP S($text, $class) // The strikethrough tag defines text that // should be shown with a horizontal line through it Samp PHP Samp($text, $class) // Defines sample computer code Script PHP Script($text, $type) // Defines a script, such as a JavaScript. Select PHP Select(array $text, $name, $selected, $size, $id, $class) // The select tag specifies a multiple line selection // box field within the form that contains it. User can select // one or more lines if the attribute MULTIPLE is specified. // The NAME attribute is a required and is used to identify the // data for the field. The SIZE attribute specifies the number // of lines of selections that are to be displayed Small PHP Small($text, $class) // The small text tag defines text that should // be displayed in a smaller font than usual Sp PHP Sp($nbr) // These escape sequences are used to // enter characters such as <, >, &, and “ into HTML documents Span PHP Span($text, $style, $class) // The <span> tag is used to group inline-elements in a // document. one way to put color in document : // style="color:#FF0000" Strike PHP Strike($text, $class) // The strikethrough tag defines text that // should be shown with a horizontal line through it Strong PHP Strong($text, $class) // The strong tag defines text that should be // strongly emphasized most browsers will display it in boldface Style PHP Style($url) Sub PHP Sub($text, $class) // The subscript tag defines text that should be // displayed in a smaller font than usual, lower // on the line than usual Sup PHP Sup($text, $class) // The superscript tag defines text that should // be displayed in a smaller font than usual // higher on the line than usual TblCell PHP TblCell($contenu, $width, $height, $bg, $align, $nbLig, $nbCol, $class) // TblCell : easy to use to insert a new cell, open and close it TblEnd PHP TblEnd() // TblEnd : end of the table, we close the tag TblEndCell PHP TblEndCell() // TblEndCell : end of the cell, we close the tag </TD> TblEndLine PHP TblEndLine() // TblEndLine : end of the line, we close the tag </TR> TblEntete PHP TblEntete($content, $bg, $nbLig, $nbCol) // TblEntete : it is made to set up the title of the table TblStart PHP TblStart($bordure, $width, $height, $espCell, $rempCell, $bordercolor, $class) // TblsStart : start of the table, we open the tag TblStartCell PHP TblStartCell($width, $height, $bg, $align, $nbLig, $nbCol, $class) // TblStartCell : start a new cell with the tag <TD> TblStartLine PHP TblStartLine($align, $bg, $class) // TblStartLine : start of a new line with the <TR> TextArea PHP TextArea($text, $name, $cols, $rows, $wrap, $class) // The text area tag specifies a multiple line text area // field within the form that contains it. The NAME attrib. is a // required field and is used to identify data for the field. // The COLS attribute specifies the width of the text area. // The ROWS attribute specifies the number of lines. // The content is used as an initial value for the field. // The field can be scrolled beyond the COLS and ROWS size to // allow for larger amounts of // text to be entered. The wrap attribute can have values of // OFF, SOFT and HARD Tt PHP Tt($text, $class) // The teletype tag defines text that should be // shown in a fixed width font U PHP U($text, integer $class) // The underlined tag defines text that // should be shown with a line underneath it Ul PHP Ul($type, array $text, $value, $class) // The unordered list tag introduces an unordered // (bulleted) list, which is made up of List Item (LI) tags V PHP V($text, $class) // Defines a variable