HTML is not suitable for “You Bet!”

…but for a blog:

How many HTML elements can you remember in 5 minutes? With 74 out of 91 (including tags that are frowned upon today) I can say I’m not out of practice: :mrgreen:

HTML quiz: 74

(via Fearblog)

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  1. O

    Nicht schlecht. So viele würde ich glaube nicht zusammen bekommen ;)

  2. c

    (Kurzer Hinweis: mein Blog hatte anscheinend Probleme mit Pingbacks, die ein & enthalten – sollte jetzt wieder funktionieren. Der Pingback vom Dia-Blog – mal angenommen, dass einer gesendet wurde – war dabei verlorengegangen.)

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