Naming Rules and Conventions
You can write HTML tags in just about any way you want, as long as you spell the tags correctly and remember to include the arrow bracket around the tags. For example, the following little page will work just fine in HTML:
<hTmL> <heaD> <Title>Do it your way</tITLE> </HEAD> <BoDY Bgcolor="HotPink"> <ceNTer> <h1> HTML is CaSe InSeNsItIvE! </H1> </bODY> </HTML>
Just about every noncase-sensitive combination of characters that you can imagine has been put into that page. The opening tags of a container are in one case combination, and the closing tags are in another. Tags in one case are duplicated with tags in another case. For HTML, that's no problem. You don't have to pay attention to case at all.
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Created: December 10, 2001
Revised: December 10, 2001