What Are HTML Tags? | All Html Tag List With Explanations

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Hello friends, Welcome To Online Web Trigger. Today I will discuss HTML tags. I also share HTML tag lists with explanations. This is the second lesson of the HTML series. In the first lesson, I discussed the concept of Html, Advantages & Disadvantages of Html. If you miss this lesson, then this lesson read before reading today's lesson. Then it will be useful to understand.


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What Are HTML Tags?

HTML is a markup language that allows you to create web pages. HTML tags are the building blocks of web pages, providing the structure that's necessary for the page to be visible in a browser. Tags are keywords that have to be written in pairs of angle brackets. The first angle bracket < > is the opening tag and the last angle bracket </ > with the slash is the closing tag. The syntax of HTML tags is:


The syntax of HTML tags is:



The tags come in pairs; E.g- <b> and </b>. The first tag of this pair is the start tag and the second is the end tag. These tags are also called opening tags and closing tags. It is important to note that when starting a tag, you must use the second part of the end of the tag to finish it. For example - <p> This is a paragraph. </p>


In other words:

HTML tags, also known as meta tags, are used to describe the information on a website. They are hidden from site visitors so they do not affect the aesthetics of your site. There are many types of tags that you can use for various purposes. Header tags are used to change the colors or font size of header text, while paragraph tags can be used to change the spacing between paragraphs.The most common HTML tags are <h1> for headings, <p> for paragraphs, and <ul> for bullet lists.



How many types of HTML tags?


There are two types of HTML tags. E.g.


1. Container tags: This type of tag has a beginning, content, and end of the tag. E.g. <b>.....</b>


2. Empty tags: Such tags have a beginning but the content of the tag does not end. Such as- <img>, <be>, <hr>,  etc.




All Html Tag List With Explanations:

HTML Tag Name

Description

<!--...-->

Defines a comment

 

 

<!DOCTYPE>

Defines the document type

 

 

<a>

Defines a hyperlink

 

 

<button>

Defines a clickable button

 

 

<canvas>

Used to draw graphics, on the fly, via scripting (usually JavaScript)

 

 

<embed>

Defines a container for an external application

 

 

<area>

Defines an area inside an image map

 

 

<article>

Defines an article

 

 

<aside>

Defines content aside from the page content

 

 

<audio>

Defines embedded sound content

 

 

<b>

Defines bold text

 

 

<base>

Specifies the base URL/target for all relative URLs in a document

 

 

<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

 

 

<blockquote>

Defines a section that is quoted from another source

 

 

<body>

Defines the document's body

 

 

<br>

Defines a single line break

 

 

<address>

Defines contact information for the author/owner of a document

 

 

<abbr>

Defines an abbreviation or an acronym

 

 

<caption>

Defines a table caption

 

 

<cite>

Defines the title of a work

 

 

<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

 

 

<data>

Adds a machine-readable translation of a given content

 

 

<datalist>

Specifies a list of pre-defined options for input controls

 

 

<dd>

Defines a description/value of a term in a description list

 

 

<del>

Defines text that has been deleted from a document

 

 

<details>

Defines additional details that the user can view or hide

 

 

<video>

Defines embedded video content

 

 

<dialog>

Defines a dialog box or window

 

 

<div>

Defines a section in a document

 

 

<dl>

Defines a description list

 

 

<dt>

Defines a term/name in a description list

 

 

<ul>

Defines an unordered list

 

 

<embed>

Defines a container for an external application

 

 

<fieldset>

Groups related elements in a form

 

 

<figure>

Specifies self-contained content

 

 

<footer>

Defines a footer for a document or section

 

 

<form>

Defines an HTML form for user input

 

 

<head>

Contains metadata/information for the document

 

 

<html>

Defines the root of an HTML document

 

 

<h1> to <h6>

Defines HTML headings

 

 

<hr>

Defines a thematic change in the content

 

 

<i>

Defines a part of text in an alternate voice or mood

 

 

<iframe>

Defines an inline frame

 

 

<img>

Defines an image

 

 

<input>

Defines an input control

 

 

<kbd>

Defines keyboard input

 

 

<label>

Defines a label for an <input> element

 

 

<li>

Defines a list item

 

 

<link>

Defines the relationship between a document and an external resource (most used to link to style sheets)

 

 

<mark>

Defines marked/highlighted text

 

 

<meta>

Defines metadata about an HTML document

 

 

<nav>

Defines navigation links

 

 

<noscript>

Defines an alternate content for users that do not support client-side scripts

 

 

<ol>

Defines an ordered list

 

 

<option>

Defines an option in a drop-down list

 

 

<output>

Defines the result of a calculation

 

 

<p>

Defines a paragraph

 

 

<script>

Defines a client-side script

 

 

<style>

Defines style information for a document

 

 

<table>

Defines a table

 

 

<u>

Defines some text that is unarticulated and styled differently from normal text

 

 

 Source: W3school



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