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<!-- -->
Allows you to make comments in the code without them being displayed on the actual page. Put your comments in the space between the four dashes.
<!DOCTYPE... >
Defines the document type. This declaration goes before the <html> start tag
<a>
Creates an anchor tag that is used to create hyperlinks.
<abbr>
Abbreviation
<address>
Contains contact details for the author of the page.
<applet>
Defines an embedded applet. (Not supported in HTML5)
<area>
Defines an area inside an image-map
<article>
Defines an article, such as a magazine or newspaper article, blog post, or similar content.
<article>
Acts as a container for any section of the page that could stand alone and potentially be syndicated.
<aside>
Defines content aside from the page content
<audio>
Has a number of attributes which allow you to control audio playback.
<b />
bold text
<b>
Bold text.
<base>
Specifies the base URL/target for all relative URLs in a document
<basefont>
Specifies a default color, size and font for all text in a document. (Not supported in HTML5)
<bdi>
Isolates a part of text that might be formatted in a different direction from other text outside it
<bdo>
Overrides the current text direction
<big>
Makes text bigger than usual.
<blockquote>
Used for longer quotes that take up an entire paragraph.
<body>
Serves as the element containing all the content for the website.
<br >
Creates a line break. It doesn't sound very important, but it is. The line break is basically the "enter key" of HTML.
<button>
Allows users more control over how their buttons appear.
<canvas>
Used to draw graphics, on the fly, via scripting (usually JavaScript)
<caption>
Defines a table caption
<center>
Centers Test of Graphics on a Web Page.
<cite>
Used to indicate where a citation is from. (Renders in italics)
<code>
Defines a piece of computer code
<col>
Specifies column properties for each column within a <colgroup> element
<colgroup>
Specifies a group of one or more columns in a table for formatting
<datalist>
Specifies a list of pre-defined options for input controls
<dd>
Used to contain the definition.
<del>
Can be used to show text that has been deleted from a document. (Usually has a line through it.)
<details>
Defines additional details that the user can view or hide
<dfn>
Used to indicate the defining instance of a new term.
<dialog>
Defines a dialog box or window
<dir>
Defines a directory list. (Not supported in HTML5)
<div>
HTML tag that creates divisions or containers
<dl>
Creates a definition list
<dl>, <dt>, <dd>
Three elements used to make descriptions lists
<dt>
Indicates the begining of a web page.
<em>
Indicates emphasis that subtly changes the meaning of a sentence. (Content renders in italics.)
<embed>
Defines a container for an external (non-HTML) application
<emphasis>
italic text
<fieldset>
Used to group related form controls together.
<figcaption>
Provides a text description for the content of the <figure> element.
<figure>
Contains images and their caption so that the two are associated.
<font>
Changes the size, font face and color of web page text.
<footer>
Can be used for an individual article within the page or every page on the site.
<Form>
Inserts a form set into a web page.
<frame>
Defines a window (a frame) in a frameset. (Not supported in HTML5)
<frameset>
Defines a set of frames. (Not supported in HTML5)
<h1>
Marks text to appear the largest heading font size.
<h2>
Used for subheadings. (Renders smaller than <h1>)
<h3>
Marks text to appear in the third largest heading font size.
<h4>
Used for subheadings. (Renders smaller than <h3>)
<h5>
Used for subheadings. (Renders smaller than <h4>)
<H6>
Marks text to apear the smallest heading font size.
<head>
Defines information about the document
<header>
Can be used for an individual article within the page or every page on the site.
<hgroup>
Used to group a set of one or more <h1> through <h6> elements so they are treated as one single heading.
<hn>
beginning and the end of a text section
<hr >
Creates a horizontal line across the page.
<hr>
Creates a line between sections of a web page.
<html>
Indicates the begining of a web page.
<i>
Italicizes Text
<iframe>
Creates an inline frame which can be used to embed another page onto your page.
<IMG SRC>
The tag u need to insert a pic
<img>
Defines an image
<input>
Used to create form controls.
<ins>
Used to show content that has been inserted into a document. (Contents usually render underlined).
<isindex>
Deprecated. Defines a searchable index related to a document
<kbd>
Defines keyboard input
<keygen>
Defines a key-pair generator field (for forms)
<L>
Italicizes text.
<label>
Used in one of two ways: 1) Wrap around both the text description and the form input. 2) Be kept separate from the form control and use the |for| attribute to indicate which form con…
<legend>
Can come directly after the opening <fieldset> tag and contains a caption which helps identify the purpose of a group of form controls.
<li>
Indicates that the line item that follows the tag is an item within a list.
<link>
Empty Element
<mailto
Is an email link
<main>
Specifies the main content of a document
<map>
Defines a client-side image-map
<mark>
Defines marked/highlighted text
<menu>
Defines a list/menu of commands
<menuitem>
Defines a command/menu item that the user can invoke from a popup menu
<meta>
Empty Element
<meter>
Defines a scalar measurement within a known range (a gauge)
<nav>
Used to contain the major navigational blocks on the site such as the primary site navigation.
<noframes>
Defines an alternate content for users that do not support frames. (Not supported in HTML5)
<noscript>
Defines an alternate content for users that do not support client-side scripts
<object>
Defines an embedded object within an HTML document. Used to embed multimedia into a web page.
<ol>
Marks text for order list.
<optgroup>
Defines a group of related options in a drop-down list
<option selected>
Allows developers to define options from a set of selections
<option>
Used to specify the options that the user can select from. (Contents render in the drop down box).
<output>
Defines the result of a calculation
<p>
Indicates the begining of a new paragraph.
<param>
Programming Tag: Defines a parameter for an object
<pre>
Defines preformatted text
<progress>
Represents the progress of a task
<q>
Used for shorter quotes within a paragraph.
<rp>
Defines what to show in browsers that do not support ruby annotations
<rt>
Defines an explanation/pronunciation of characters (for East Asian typography)
<ruby>
Defines a ruby annotation (for East Asian typography)
<s>
Used to indicate something is no longer accurate or relevant--but should not be deleted. (Content renders with a line through the center).
<samp>
Defines sample output from a computer program
<script>
Used to define a client-side script, such as a JavaScript.
<section>
Used to group related content together. (Each section typically has it's own heading).
<select>
Used to create a drop down box. (Contains two or more <option> elements).
<small>
Defines smaller text
<source>
Used inside the <video> element to specify the location of the file to be played. Multiple <source> elements can be used to specify that the video is available in different formats.
<span>
controls styling for smaller parts such as text
<strike>
Defines strikethrough text. (Not supported in HTML5. Deprecated in HTML 4.01)
<strong>
makes the text bold.
<style>
Used to include CSS rules within an HTML page.
<sub>
Used to contain characters that should be subscript.
<summary>
Defines a visible heading for a <details> element
<sup>
Used to contain characters that should be superscript.
<table>
Defines a table
<tbody>
Contains the actual tabular data.
<td>
Table Data- how you create a column
<td> or <th>
Code to create a column
<textarea>
Used to create a multiline text input.
<tfoot>
Contains the footer of a table.
<th>
Defines a table header
<thead>
Contains information about the table
<time>
Defines a date/time
<Title>
Marks text to appear in the title bar of the web browser.
<tr>
Defines a table row
<track>
Defines text tracks for media elements (<video> and <audio>)
<tt>
Defines teletype text.
<type>
Which attribute for <script> elements is no longer required in HTML5?
<u>
Used to underline text. Being phased out.
<ul>
Indicates an unordered (Bulleted) list.
<var>
Defines a variable
<video>
Used to specify video, such as a movie clip or other video streams.
<wbr>
Defines a possible line-break
<xmp>
Deprecated. Defines preformatted text