How Many Can You Name?

By Deane Barker on November 28, 2007

The more you use CSS, the harder this is, because you find that CSS really scales down the number of HTML tags you use. I forgot very few really easy ones — about half of the tags I missed I had never heard of before.

49

(In case the image doesn’t show, I named 49 HTML elements in five minutes on this quiz.)

Note: if you cut-and-paste the HTML they provide for the image above, beware — they sneak a text ad in the bottom. Mine was for “Fort Worth Dating.” Tricky.

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Comments

  1. whistles

    Yikes. Not good.

    A, B, BLOCKQUOTE, BR, CODE, EM, HEAD, HR, HTML, I, IMG, LI, LINK, P, S, STRIKE, TABLE, TR, U, UL

    That’s it. Of course, if you’ve seen any of the sites I’ve haphazardly thrown together, you wouldn’t be surprised.

  2. Funny. I got the same as you, 49. I bet if we looked at the ones we knew, we probably got close to the same ones, too.

    That’s what we get for working together this long.

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