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Is there a good site to see all the "kinds" of tags that there are out there?
I'm looking for a kind of list so that I'll know which ones to use and what they all do - can I find this in one place?
Jacques Vincilione17,292 Points
As Prathom Stapronpiny said, you can find all the tags on w3schools.com, however, they are not the best place to learn. If you just want a list of tags with a description, HTML 4 tags are here: http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/index/elements.html, and HTML5 tags are here: http://dev.w3.org/html5/markup/elements.html.
Mark Tripney7,839 Points
'Dash (Docs & Snippets' is an outstanding app which I use every day - it's around £12 on the Mac App Store (not sure of it's on other platforms), but it's updated regularly and contains guides to all HTML tags, as well as CSS, JS, Ruby, PHP... you name it, it's there.