HTML Elements

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Table of contents
  1. 1. A
  2. 2. B
  3. 3. C
  4. 4. D
  5. 5. E
  6. 6. F
  7. 7. G
  8. 8. H
  9. 9. I
  10. 10. J
  11. 11. K
  12. 12. L
  13. 13. M
  14. 14. N
  15. 15. O
  16. 16. P
  17. 17. Q
  18. 18. R
  19. 19. S
  20. 20. T
  21. 21. U
  22. 22. V
  23. 23. W
  24. 24. X
  25. 25. Y
  26. 26. Z

The following list is a reference to all HTML elements, including the new ones introduced in HTML5.

HTML elements are components that specify how HTML documents should be built, and what kind of content should be placed in what part of an HTML document. Element names are enclosed within angle brackets: <elementname>, which is called a tag. If the element contains other content, it ends with a closing tag, where the element name is preceded by a slash: </elementname>. Some elements don't need to be closed, such as image elements. These are known as void elements. HTML documents contain a tree of these elements. Each is named to represent what it does. For example, the <title> element represents the title of the document. Below is an alphabetical list of the HTML Elements.

 

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  • <q> (Quotation)

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(Ruby elements require extensions like XHTML Ruby Support or HTML Ruby (latter is still in Sandbox)

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  • <u> (Underline up to HTML4, unarticulated in HTML5) Deprecated since HTML4 HTML5
  • <ul> (Unordered List)

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