Normal, Frames, <noframes> Comparison
Frame Page with
<Title>Page Title</Title> <Title>Page Title</Title> <Title>Page Title</Title>
Body Text goes here
Frame Code goes here
Alternative HTML goes here
Deprecated tags are ones that are no longer useful. They have either been replaced by
better tags or are not used enough now to be considered good form. An example of a
deprecated tag (as of HTML 4.0) is
<Center>Center a Block of Text</Center>
the use of CSS is becoming so widespread, some tags are being replaced by the style sheet. Be careful
not to use deprecated tags in your web-site design. Using them could cause your search engine rank-
ing to drop, because it makes the site appear to be poorly maintained.
Table summary tag
Remember back in Chapter 3 when we discussed alt tags? Those are the tags that are used to pres-
ent alternative text when images are essential to understanding the content of your page. Well, just
as you need alt tags for your graphics, you also need table summary tags for your tables.
The table summary provides web crawlers and screen readers with alternative text for the table. For
web crawlers, this means that instead of seeing a graphic, the crawler sees your description, in which
you can include keywords if they are appropriate.
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