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List of 25+ New tags introduced in HTML 5

List of 25+ New tags introduced in HTML 5
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List of 25+ New tags introduced in HTML 5

<article> Tag

The tag defines external content. The external content could be a news-article from an external provider, or a text from a web log (blog), or a text from a forum, or any other content from an external source.

<aside> Tag

The tag defines some content aside from the content it is placed in. The aside content should be related to the surrounding content.

<audio> Tag

The tag defines sound, such as music or other audio streams.

<canvas> Tag

The <canvas> tag is used to display graphics. The <canvas> tag is only a container for graphics, you must use a script to actually paint graphics.

<command> Tag

The <command> tag defines a command button, like a radiobutton, a checkbox, or a button. The command element must be inside a menu element. If not, it will not be displayed.

<datalist> Tag

The <datalist> tag defines a list of options. Use this element together with the input element, to define which values the input element can have. The datalist and its options will not be displayed, it is only a list of legal input values. Use the input element’s list attribute to bind it together with a datalist.

<details> Tag

The <details> tag is used to describe details about a document, or parts of a document.

<embed> Tag

The <embed> tag defines embedded content, such as a plug-in.

<figcaption> Tag

The <figcaption> tag contains a caption for the “figure” element. The “figcaption” element should be placed as the first or the last child of the “figure” element.

<figure> Tag

The <figure> tag is used to group some elements. The content inside a figure element is stand-alone content, typically used to explain parts of a document, but also able to move from the document and put somewhere else.

<footer> Tag

The <footer> tag defines the footer of a section or document. Typically contains the name of the author, the date the document was written and/or contact information.

<header> Tag

The <header> tag defines an introduction to the document.

<hgroup> Tag

The <hgroup> tag defines the heading of a section or a document. The hgroup element is used to group headers, <h1> to <h6>, where the largest is the main heading of the section, and the others are sub-headings.

<keygen> Tag

The <keygen> tag defines a generated key.

<mark> Tag

The <mark> tag defines marked text. Use the <mark> tag if you want to highlight parts of your text.

<meter> Tag

The <meter> tag defines a measurement. Used only for measurements with a known minimum and maximum value.

<nav> Tag

The <nav> tag defines a section of navigation.

<output> Tag

The <output> tag defines different types of output, such as output written by a script.

<progress> Tag

The <progress> tag defines work-in-progress. Use the progress element to display the progress of a time consuming function in JavaScript.

<rp> Tag

The <rp> tag is used in ruby annotations, to define what to show browsers that do not support the ruby element. A ruby annotation is Chinese notes or characters. Used in East Asia, to show the pronunciation of East Asian characters.

<rt> Tag

The <rt> tag defines an explanation or pronunciation of characters (Chinese notes or characters). Used in East Asia, to show the pronunciation of East Asian characters.

<ruby> Tag

The <ruby> tag defines a ruby annotation (Chinese notes or characters). Used in East Asia, to show the pronunciation of East Asian characters. Use together with the <rt> and/or the <rp> tags:

The ruby element consists of one or more characters (that needs an explanation/pronunciation), and a rt element that gives that information, and optionally a rp element that defines what to show browsers that do not support the “ruby” tag.

<section> Tag

The <section> tag defines sections in a document. Such as chapters, headers, footers, or any other sections of the document.

<source> Tag

The <source> tag defines media resources for media elements, such as <video> and <audio>.

<summary> Tag

The <summary> tag contains a header for the “details” element, which is used to describe details about a document, or parts of a document.

<time> Tag

The <time> tag defines a time or a date, or both.

<video> Tag

The <video> tag defines video, such as a movie clip or other video streams.

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Posted on October 28, 2014 08:59 AM by Tutoslive


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