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a

Specifies either a hyperlink or a target for a hyperlink.

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abbr

Specifies that a string is an abbreviation for a longer word or phrase.

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acronym

Specifies that a string is an acronym for a word or phrase.

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address

Specifies name and address information related to the HTML document.

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applet

Defines a Java applet object.

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area

Used for image maps to define a clickable area on an image.

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b

Displays the text of the element as boldface text.

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base

Specifies a base URL for all of the relative URLs in the document to use.

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basefont

Specifies the default font for the document.

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bdo

Specifies the text direction for the document.

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bgsound

Specifies a background sound to play while loading the document.

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big

Increases the font size for the enclosed text.

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blink

Specifies that the enclosed text should blink.

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blockquote

Specifies that the enclosed text is a block quotation.

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body

Specifies the body of the content of the document.

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br

Specifies a hard line break in the text.

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button

Defines a clickable Button element.

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caption

Defines a caption within a table.

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center

Centers the element within the margins of the document or parent element(s).

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cite

Specifies that the enclosed text is a citation from another source.

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code

Specifies that the enclosed text is programming code and should be formatted appropriately.

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col

Defines a table column.

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colgroup

Defines a table column group.

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comment

Comments out the enclosed text.

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dd

Specifies that the enclosed text is a definition in a definition list.

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del

Specifies that the enclosed text has been deleted.

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dfn

Specifies that the enclosed text defines a term.

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dir

Specifies that the enclosed text is a directory list of short, unordered items.

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div

Defines a special block of content within a document.

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dl

Defines a list of definition terms and definitions.

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!DOCTYPE

Specifies the HTML standard that should be used for this document.

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dt

Defines a list of definition terms in a definition list.

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em

Specifies that the enclosed text should be emphasized.

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embed

Defines an object, such as a multimedia file, embedded in an HTML document.

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fieldset

Defines a set of related form controls to be grouped together.

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font

Specifies the font (or font family), color, and size of the enclosed text.

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form

Defines a form within a document.

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frame

Defines a window-like frame (as a child of a frameset).

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frameset

Defines a set of window-like frames within a parent window.

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h1

Heading Level 1.

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h2

Heading Level 2.

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h3

Heading Level 3.

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h4

Heading Level 4.

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h5

Heading Level 5.

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h6

Heading Level 6.

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head

Non-rendered part of an HTML document that may contain meta information and may define links to scripts, stylesheets, and other documents.

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hr

Creates a horizontal line in the HTML document.

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html

Defines an HTML document.

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i

Specifies that the enclosed text should be displayed in italics.

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iframe

Defines an inline frame (i.e. a frame embedded in a document).

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ilayer

Defines a layer that is positioned within the flow of the document, rather than absolutely.

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img

Defines an image object that is embedded in the document.

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input

Defines an input element, such as a text field control or button, within a form.

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ins

Specifies that the enclosed text has been inserted into the document.

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isindex

Specifies that the document has an associated index.

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kbd

Specifies that the enclosed text should be formatted as keyboard input.

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label

Defines a label on a form.

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layer

Defines a layer container holding content.

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legend

Defines a legend for the fields on a form.

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li

Defines a list item in an ordered list (ol) or in an unordered list (ul).

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link

Defines the relationship between the current document and another document.

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map

Defines a client-side image map where hot regions of an image object are hyperlinked to other targets or documents.

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marquee

Defines the enclosed text as a scrolling, sliding, or bouncing marquee region.

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meta

Specifies general high-level information about a document.

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nobr

Specifies that the enclosed text should not contain any line breaks.

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noembed

Specifies alternative content to display if a client browser does not embedded objects.

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noframes

Specifies alternative content to display if a client browser does not support frames.

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noscript

Specifies alternative content to display if a client browser does not support scripts.

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object

Defines an object embedded in the document.

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ol

Defines an ordered (e.g. numbered) list.

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optgroup

Specifies a grouping of option elements within a select element.

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option

Specifies an option in a select (selection list) element.

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p

Defines a paragraph of text.

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param

Specifies a parameter to be passed to an embedded object.

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pre

Specifies that the enclosed text is preformatted and that whitespace should be preserved appropriately. (i.e. The text will render in the browser the same as it was typed into the HTML Editor.)

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q

Specifies that the enclosed text is a short, inline quote from another source.

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rt

Specifies that the enclosed text is Ruby Text.

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ruby

Defines a container for Ruby Text.

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s

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered in the browser with a line drawn through it.

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samp

Specifies that the enclosed text is sample text and should be rendered in the browser appropriately.

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script

Specifies that the enclosed content is a client-side script.

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select

Defines a selection list control in a form.

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small

Decreases the font size of the enclosed text by one.

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span

Span element used to surround content blocks for formatting.

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strike

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered in the browser with a line drawn through it.

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strong

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered in the browser as "strong" (usually bold) text.

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style

Creates a style sheet within the document.

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sub

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered in the browser as subscript.

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sup

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered in the browser as superscript.

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table

Defines an HTML table in a document.

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tbody

Groups rows in a table together into a table body.

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td

Defines a single cell within a table.

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textarea

Defines a multi-line text input area.

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tfoot

Defines a group of rows in an HTML table as table footer rows.

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th

Specifies that a cell in a table is a header cell.

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thead

Defines a group of rows in an HTML table as table header rows.

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title

Specifies the title of the HTML document.

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tr

Defines a row in an HTML table.

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tt

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered in the browser in a monospace font.

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u

Specifies that the enclosed text should be rendered as underlined in the browser.

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ul

Defines an unordered list, such as a bulleted list.

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var

Specifies that the enclosed text is a variable.

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wbr

For a block of text enclosed by nobr tags, indicates a place where a line break may occur.

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xml

Defines an area of embedded XML data.

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xmp

Specifies that the enclosed text is an example, such as a code sample.