You may insert hyperlinks as long as you follow the format emphasized by color: <a href="http://www.xxxxxx.com">ABCDEFG</a>
You may insert images available on the internet as long as you follow the format emphasized by color<img src="http://www.xxxxxx.com/image.jpg" />
In the SPAN, DIV, FIELDSET tags you may use either the style or class or title attribute. In the TD tag you may use either the style or class attribute. All HTML tables in the (lowercase) TD tag accept the optional COLSPAN and ROWSPAN and STYLE lowercase attributes, and if both are present STYLE must follow and not antecede ROW/COLSPAN. All TD tags exhibit a border.
In the OL tag you may use the START attribute. In the A tag you may use the REL attribute as long as it follows and does not precede the HREF attribute.
If you are a programmer and you want to paste or write section of codes and make them appear exactly as they have been written, include such sections between an open PRE Html tag and a closed PRE Html tag. To have barred text within a PRE tag place before it a SPAN tag where you set a style="line-through". Keep also in mind that all the tag syntaxes do not allow more than one single white space as separator between the attributes you may have placed in the tags.
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