The heading of a chapter, section, or page.
Creates a caption at top of table or at bottom. Must follow the opening table tag. Requires a /caption tag. table bordercaption"Test Caption"/captiontrtdA one-cell table/td/tr/table produces "Test Caption" A one-cell table
Title text that labels a scene or identifies a location or person onscreen.
Text typically beneath a photo, illustration or graphic that describes, explains or summarizes what is pictured.
The heading or introductory clause on documents filed that shows the names of the parties, name of the court, number of the case, etc.
Heading or introductory party of a pleading.
The heading of the pleading, or other court papers showing the name of the court paper, showing the name of the court, the names of the parties, and sometimes the number of the case.
The heading on a legal document that contains the basic information such as the parties' names, court and case number.
translation of foreign dialogue of a movie or TV program; usually displayed at the bottom of the screen
Entry that will display within the label.
In ScreenMan, a label displayed on the screen. Captions often identify fields that are to be edited.
A feature that sends a Synchronized Accessible Media Interchange (SAMI) file (a file in closed-caption format) with an ASF stream. Captioning is an accessibility feature that displays captions along with the video and audio, much like the closed-captioning that accompanies some television programs. It also can be used to display subtitles in a foreign language.
a word or phrase that identifies the parts of the item (for example, volume, Band, heft, part, number, or tome)
a word, phrase, or abbreviation that describes the type of parts into which a multipart or serial item has been divided, for example, volume, number, part, side
an alphabetic word or phrase attached as a prefix to the enumeration data that describes the type of data (for example, volume, band, heft, part, number, or tome).