The HTML code tag inserts text representing computer code. It can be useful to show functions, programming code or variables.
The content of this element is usually rendered by user agents with a fixed-width font style.
The <code> tag is a phrase tag. It defines a piece of computer code.
Tip: This tag is not deprecated, but it is possible to achieve richer effect with CSS.
Differences Between HTML 4.01 and HTML5:
<p>The following function shows a message to the user:</p>
function showMsg(msg)<br />
alert("The message is: "+msg);<br />
shown = true;<br />
<p>But for it to work you need to declare first the global variable "<code>var shown = false;</code>".</p>
The following function shows a message to the user:
But for it to work you need to declare first the global variable "
|class||Document wide identifier|
|dir||Specifies the direction of the text|
|id||Document wide identifier|
|title||Specifies a title to associate with the element.|
|style||Helps to include inline casecadubf style sheet.|
|lang||Sets the language code.|
|onclick||Script runs when a mouse click|
|ondblclick||Script runs when a mouse double-click|
|onmousedown||Script runs when mouse button is pressed|
|onmouseup||Script runs when mouse button is released|
|onmouseover||Script runs when mouse pointer moves over an element|
|onmousemove||Script runs when mouse pointer moves|
|onmouseout||Script runs when mouse pointer moves out of an element|
|onkeypress||Script runs when key is pressed and released|
|onkeydown||Script runs when key is pressed|
|onkeyup||Script runs when key is released|