HTML ELEMENTS LIST
Anchor element used to create hyperlinks to other web pages or resources.
Abbreviation or acronym, representing a shortened form of a word or phrase.
Contact information for the author or owner of the document.
Defines a clickable area within an image map.
Represents a self-contained piece of content, such as a blog post or news article.
Represents content that is tangentially related to the content around it, like sidebars or call-out boxes.
Embeds audio content on a webpage, allowing playback of sound or music.
Represents bold text.
Specifies the base URL for relative URLs within a document.
Bi-Directional Isolation for text that isolates a span of text from its surrounding text directionality.
Bi-Directional Override for text that overrides the bidirectional algorithm's default behavior.
Represents a block-level quotation or citation.
Represents the content of the document visible in the browser window.
Line break, used to create a new line within a text.
Represents a clickable button on a form or a generic button element.
Represents the title or caption of a table.
Represents a citation or reference to a creative work.
Represents computer code or a fragment of code.
Specifies column properties for each column within a <colgroup> element in a table.
Groups a set of columns in a table to apply styles or other attributes collectively.
Associates machine-readable data with the content, usually for dynamic content generation.
Specifies a list of pre-defined options for an <input> element.
Represents a description or value in a definition list (<dl>).
Represents deleted text within the document.
Represents a disclosure widget from which the user can obtain additional information or controls.
Represents a definition term, typically within the context of a glossary or similar definition list.
Represents a dialog box or window for user interaction.
Represents a generic container for flow content, typically used for layout purposes.
Represents a definition list, associating terms (defined in <dt>) with their definitions (defined in <dd>).
Represents a term or label in a definition list (<dl>).
Represents text that should be emphasized or stressed.
Embeds external content such as multimedia or interactive applications within a document.
Groups related form elements together and can include a legend for describing the group.
Represents a caption or legend for a <figure> element.
Represents any content that is referenced from the main content but can be moved away from it, like images or illustrations.
Represents the footer of a section or page.
Represents an HTML form for user input or data submission.
Represents the highest level of section heading.
Represents a level 2 section heading.
Represents a level 3 section heading.
Represents a level 4 section heading.
Represents a level 5 section heading.
Represents a level 6 section heading.
Represents the metadata for the document, typically containing <title>, <meta>, and <link> elements.
Represents the header of a section or page.
Represents a thematic break or horizontal rule within the content.
Represents the root element of an HTML document.
Represents text that is set off from the normal prose, often styled in italics.
Embeds an external web page or other media within the current document.
Embeds an image within the document.
Represents an input field where users can enter data.
Represents inserted text within the document.
Represents text that indicates user input, typically keyboard input.
Represents a label for an <input>, <select>, <textarea>, or <button> element.
Represents a caption for a <fieldset> element.
Represents a list item within an ordered (<ol>) or unordered (<ul>) list.
Specifies relationships between the current document and external resources, typically stylesheets.
Represents the main content of the document, excluding headers, footers, and sidebars.
Defines an image map, which associates specific areas of an image with hyperlinks.
Represents text that has been marked or highlighted for reference or notation.
Provides metadata about the document, such as character encoding or viewport settings.
Represents a scalar measurement within a known range, like ratings or progress bars.
Represents a section of navigation links.
Provides alternate content for users who have disabled scripts or cannot process them.
Represents an external resource, such as a multimedia file or a plugin.
Represents an ordered (numbered) list.
Groups related options within a <select> element.
Represents an option within a <select> element or a <datalist> element.
Represents the result of a calculation or user action.
Represents a paragraph of text.
Defines parameters for an <object> element.
A container for multiple sources of an image for responsive design.
Represents preformatted text, preserving white spaces and line breaks.
Represents the progress of a task or process, like loading status or completion percentage.
Represents a short inline quotation.
Represents parentheses for browsers that do not support ruby annotations.
Represents ruby text, which provides pronunciation or translation annotations.
Represents a ruby annotation container for ruby text.
Represents text that is no longer accurate or relevant, often styled with a strikethrough.
Represents sample output, typically from a computer program.
Represents client-side scripts or links to external script files.
Represents a generic section of content within a document, like chapters or sub-sections.
Represents a control that allows users to select options from a list.
Represents smaller text, typically used for disclaimers or fine print.
Specifies multiple media resources for media elements, such as <video> and <audio>.
Represents a generic inline container, typically used for styling purposes.
Represents text that is strongly emphasized.
Contains style rules to be applied within the document.
Represents subscripted text.
Represents a summary or caption for a <details> element.
Represents superscripted text.
Embeds Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) content within a document.
Represents a table with rows and columns.
Groups the body content in a table.
Represents a table data cell.
Represents content that can be cloned and reused in the document.
Represents a multi-line text input control.
Groups the footer content in a table.
Represents a table header cell.
Groups the header content in a table.
Represents a specific time or a range of time, such as dates, times, or durations.
Defines the title of the document, shown in the browser's title bar or tab.
Represents a table row.
Specifies text tracks for media elements, such as subtitles or captions.
Represents underlined text.
Represents an unordered (bulleted) list.
Represents a variable or placeholder text.
Embeds video content on a webpage, allowing playback of video files.
Represents a word break opportunity, indicating where the browser can optionally wrap long words.