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start_html

 
print
 
$query

->start_html([
'
title
', '
email
', '
base
', '
attribute
=
'value'

])

Generates <HTML> and <BODY> tags.

title

The title of the page.

email

The author's email address.

base

Whether to use a <BASE> tag in the header.

attribute = 'value'

Specifies an attribute to the <BODY> tag.

Using named parameters, the syntax is:

print $query->start_html(-title=>'
title
',
                         -author=>'
email_address
',
                         -base=>'true',
                         -xbase=>'
url
',
                         -meta=>{'
metatag1
'=>'
value1
',
                                 '
metatag2
'=>'
value2
'},
                         -script=>'
$script
',
                         -onLoad=>'
$function
',
                         -onUnload=>'
$function
',
                         -
attribute
=>'
value
');
-title=>' title '

Specifies the title of the page.

-author=>' email_address '

Specifies the author's email address.

-xbase=>' url '

Provides an HREF for the <BASE> tag. Default is the current location.

-meta=>{' metatag1 '=>' value1 ', ... }

Adds arbitrary meta information to the header as a reference to a hash. Valid tags are:

keywords

Keywords for this document.

copyright

Description for this document.

attribute =>' value '

Specify an attribute to the <BODY> tag.

-script=>' $script '

Specify a JavaScript script to be embedded within a <SCRIPT> block.

-onLoad=>' $function '

Browser should execute the specified function upon entering the page.

-onUnload=>' $function '

Browser should execute the specified function upon leaving the page.











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