Structure in XHTML
Structure is what we use to "bend" a text into the right "shape" - what means the text isn't just flowing down the page without line breaks or other things, to help us read it. One of these structures is tables, mentioned elsewhere.
Another of these structures are headlines. There are 6 different kinds of headline, enumerated from 1 to 6. Here's the tag for no. 3.
<h3>A headline</h3>A third structure is lists. They can have numbers and not, among other things. Here are the tags for a list without numbers with two elements.
<ul> <li>The first line</li> <li>The second line</li> </ul>
Concept last updated: 10/09 2003.