Basics Of Html

What is HTML?
HTML is the standard markup language for creating Web pages.

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language
HTML describes the structure of Web pages using markup
HTML elements are the building blocks of HTML pages
HTML elements are represented by tags
HTML tags label pieces of content such as "heading", "paragraph", "table", and so on
Browsers do not display the HTML tags, but use them to render the content of the page

Motherboard Components

  • Expansion slots (PCI Express, PCI, and AGP)

  • 3-pin case fan connectors

  • Back pane connectors

  • Heat sink

  • 4-Pin (P4) power connector

  • Inductor

  • Capacitor

  • CPU Socket

  • Northbridge

  • Screw hole

  • Memory slot

  • Super I/O

  • Floppy connection

  • ATA (IDE) disk drive primary connection

  • 24-pin ATX power Supply connector

  • Serial ATA connections

  • Coin cell battery (CMOS backup battery)

  • RAID

  • System panel connectors

  • FWH

  • Southbridge

  • Serial port connector

  • USB headers

  • Jumpers

  • Integrated circuit

  • 1394 headers


  • CD-IN


Older motherboard components

The following list contains some more components.

  • BIOS

  • Bus

  • Cache memory

  • Chipset

  • Diode

  • Dip switches

  • Electrolytic

  • Fuse

  • Game port and MIDI header

  • Internal speaker

  • Keyboard controller

  • LCC

  • Network header

  • Obsolete expansion slots (AMR, CNR, EISA, ISA, VESA)

  • Obsolete memory slots (SIMM)

  • Onboard LED

  • Parallel port header

  • PS/2 header

  • Resistor

  • RTC

  • Serial port header

  • Screw hole aka mounting hole

  • SCSI

  • Solenoid

  • Voltage regulator

  • Voltage regulator module (VRM)


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