HTML - Golf

Golf

establishes "Golf" as a second-level heading. Structural markup does not denote any specific rendering, but most web browsers have default styles for element formatting. Content may be further styled using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Presentational markup describes the appearance of the text, regardless of its purpose
For example boldface indicates that visual output devices should render "boldface" in bold text, but gives little indication what devices that are unable to do this (such as aural devices that read the text aloud) should do. In the case of both bold and italic, there are other elements that may have equivalent visual renderings but which are more semantic in nature, such as strong text and emphasised text respectively. It is easier to see how an aural user agent should interpret the latter two elements. However, they are not equivalent to their presentational counterparts: it would be undesirable for a screen-reader to emphasize the name of a book, for instance, but on a screen such a name would be italicized. Most presentational markup elements have become deprecated under the HTML 4.0 specification, in favor of using CSS for styling.
Hypertext markup makes parts of a document into links to other documents
An anchor element creates a hyperlink in the document and its href attribute sets the link's target URL. For example the HTML markup, Wikipedia, will render the word "Wikipedia" as a hyperlink. To render an image as a hyperlink, an 'img' element is inserted as content into the 'a' element. Like 'br', 'img' is an empty element with attributes but no content or closing tag. descriptive text.

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Golf Instruction
... Golf instruction involves the teaching and learning of the game of golf ... Proficiency in teaching golf instruction requires not only technical and physical ability, but also knowledge of the rules and etiquette of the game ... Golf instruction is best performed by recognised teachers certified by the relevant bodies in the United States, the recommended teachers are those who are PGA Class A Professionals although many of ...
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Fairmount Park - Neighborhood and Regional Parks
... Carroll Park Christ Church Park Clark Park Clifford Park Cloverly Park Cobbs Creek Golf Course Cobbs Creek Park East Fairmount Park Fernhill Park Fisher Park Fluehr Park Fox Chase ... Roosevelt Golf Course Franklin D ... Hunting Park I-95 Park Japanese House and Garden John Byrne Golf Course John F ...
Chardon, Ohio - Culture
... Greater Chardon features a large number of golf courses ... Chardon Lakes Golf Course is located in the heart of Chardon, two minutes from the Chardon square ... Sand Ridge Golf Club in nearby Munson Township is also an excellent golf course ...
Golf, Illinois - Origin of The Village's Name
... The Village of Golf supposedly received its name because there was a railroad siding at that location where the private car of the president of Chicago, Milwaukee, St ... Paul and Pacific Rail Road (The Milwaukee Road) would be placed so that he could play golf at the private Glen View Club, just east of the siding ... ask where he was, they were told he was at "Golf", thus the area and eventually the village took the name ...

Famous quotes containing the word golf:

    Years ago we discovered the exact point, the dead center of middle age. It occurs when you are too young to take up golf and too old to rush up to the net.
    Franklin Pierce Adams (1881–1960)

    And the wind shall say “Here were decent godless people;
    Their only monument the asphalt road
    And a thousand lost golf balls.”
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    A golf course is nothing but a pool room moved outdoors.
    Frank Butler (1890–1967)