Represents a hyperlink, linking to another resource.
An abbreviation or acronym; the expansion of the abbreviation can be represented in the title attribute.
Defines a section containing contact information.
In conjunction with map, defines an image map
Defines self-contained content that could exist independently of the rest of the content.
Defines some content loosely related to the page content.
Represents a sound or an audio stream.
Defines the base URL for relative URLs in the page.
Represents text that must be isolated from its surrounding for bidirectional text formatting.
Represents the directionality of its children, in order to explicitly override the Unicode bidirectional algorithm.
Represents a content that is quoted from another source.
Represents the content of an HTML document.
Represents a line break.
Represents a bitmap area that scripts can use to render graphics like graphs, games or any visual images on the fly.
The title of a table.
Represents the title of a work being cited.
Represents computer code.
A single column.
A set of columns.
A command that the user can invoke.
Associates to its content a machine-readable equivalent.
A set of predefined options for other controls.
Represents the definition of the terms immediately listed before it.
Defines a remofinal val from the document.
A widget from which the user can obtain additional information or controls.
Represents a term whose definition is contained in its nearest ancestor content.
Represents a generic container with no special meaning.
Defines a definition list; a list of terms and their associated definitions.
Represents a term defined by the next dd
Represents emphasized text.
Represents a integration point for an external, often non-HTML, application or interactive content.
A set of fields.
Represents the legend of a figure.
Represents a figure illustrated as part of the document.
Defines the footer for a page or section.
Represents a form, consisting of controls, that can be submitted to a server for processing.
Heading level 1
Heading level 2
Heading level 3
Heading level 4
Heading level 5
Heading level 6
Represents a collection of metadata about the document, including links to, or definitions of, scripts and style sheets.
Defines the header of a page or section.
Represents a thematic break between paragraphs of a section or article or any longer content.
Represents the root of an HTML or XHTML document.
Represents a nested browsing context, that is an embedded HTML document.
Represents an image.
A typed data field allowing the user to input data.
Defines an addition to the document.
Represents user input, often from a keyboard, but not necessarily.
A key-pair generator control.
The caption of a single field
The caption for a fieldset.
Defines an item of an list.
Defines the main or important content in the document.
In conjunction with area, defines an image map.
Represents text highlighted for reference purposes, that is for its relevance in another context.
Defines a mathematical formula.
A list of commands
Defines metadata that can't be defined using another HTML element.
A scalar measurement within a known range.
Represents a section of a page that links to other pages or to parts within the page: a section with navigation links.
Defines alternative content to display when the browser doesn't support scripting.
Represents an external resource, which is treated as an image, an HTML sub-document, or an external resource to be processed by a plug-in.
Defines an ordered list of items.
A set of options, logically grouped.
An option in a select element.
The result of a calculation
Defines a portion that should be displayed as a paragraph.
Defines parameters for use by plug-ins invoked by object elements.
Indicates that its content is preformatted and that this format must be preserved.
A progress completion bar
An inline quotation.
Represents parenthesis around a ruby annotation, used to display the annotation in an alternate way by browsers not supporting the standard display for annotations.
Represents the text of a ruby annotation.
Represents content to be marked with ruby annotations, short runs of text presented alongside the text.
Strikethrough element, used for that is no longer accurate or relevant.
Represents the output of a program or a computer.
Defines either an internal script or a link to an external script.
Represents a generic section of a document, i.e., a thematic grouping of content, typically with a heading.
A control that allows the user to select one of a set of options.
Represents a side comment; text like a disclaimer or copyright, which is not essential to the comprehension of the document.
Allows the authors to specify alternate media resources for media elements like video or audio
Represents text with no specific meaning.
Represents especially important text.
Used to write inline CSS.
A summary, caption, or legend for a given details.
Represents data with more than one dimension.
The table body.
A single cell in a table.
A multiline text edit control.
The table footer.
A header cell in a table.
The table headers.
Represents a date and time value; the machine-readable equivalent can be represented in the datetime attribetu
Defines the title of the document, shown in a browser's title bar or on the page's tab.
A single row in a table.
Allows authors to specify timed text track for media elements like video or audio
Defines an unordered list of items.
Represents a variable.
Represents a video, and its associated audio files and captions, with the necessary interface to play it.
Represents a line break opportunity, that is a suggested point for wrapping text in order to improve readability of text split on several lines.