Report 3 Questions About Html in HTML/XHTML Posted July 26, 2009 A1: Depends on what you define as "use". If you look at the source of this very page, it says it uses XHTML Transitional. That's true, and yet it's not... it's a long story, but in short - if you look at a page, and at the top thee's the so called "DOCTYPE", then the page should be or could be using XHTML.... errr... assume it does.Ok, thanks.A2: Exactly what Synook said. When you write "<br />" in an HTML file, you're using the XHTML "br" element. When you write "<br />", the "<" part appears as "<" on screen, and since it isn't a real "<", there's no real "br" element. And if you want to write "&", you have to write it out as "&".So in an html page, can you show me the <b> tag without it's effect?And if so, how is it done?A3: Keeping images unselectable is one thing. Keeping them undownloadable is a whole other (impossible to do) thing. You can make them unselectable by using the CSS background-color property on any element. Background images are not selectable. If you haven't already, read the CSS tutorial.I knew that it has to be done by css, but I dont know css, can you link me the tutorial for this particular thing please?