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Is there a site somewhere that shows examples of all HTML4 objects? Basically, I want to create a library of automated browser tests but I need a site (preferrably 100% HTML4 and basic Javascript and/or CSS).

Does such a thing already exist so I don't need to code it myself?

Things that I hope the site would contain: examples of textfields, forms, tables, iframes, styles, dropdowns, date widgets, radio buttons, checkboxes, window popups, layers, etc.

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What I eventually used was this one:


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