HTML5 quick reference

tomatogilamonsterInternet and Web Development

Jun 24, 2012 (4 years and 11 months ago)

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H
TML5

quick reference

article

A
block of content

that might
be syndicated.

aside

Content that is either related
to the content surrounding it
or the site as a whole.

audio

Inserts an audio file.

canvas

An area for images and
shapes
.

command

Define
s

a command that can
be reused as needed.

datagrid
*

Displays information as a
tree, list, or table.

datalist

Adds autocomplete options
for a textbox.

details

Shows and hides content.

dialog
*

Indicates a quoted
conversation.

embed

Inserts an application or
interactive content.

eventsource

Specifies an externa
l source
for a script or a web
-
based
application.

figcaption

A caption for a figure.

figure

Content that is referenced
from the main content but
could be moved to the side
of the page.

footer

An author’s
name
, links to
related documents, or a
copyright statement.

header

A document or section
heading
.

hgroup

Groups a heading with
a
subheading or tagline
.

keygen

Generates a public
-
private
key pair.

mark

Emphasizes

content
.

menu

Creates a toolbar, context
menu, or list of commands.

meter

Allows a user to select an
amount within a set range.

nav

Indicates a

document’s
primary navigation links.

optgroup

Groups items in a drop
-
down
listbox.

output

Displays the results of a
calculati
on.

progress

Indicates when an event will
be completed.

ruby
,
rt
,
rp

Adds pronunciation
annotations

to content.

section

A self
-
contained block of
content.

source

S
pecifies a
n alternate audio
or video file.

summary

Specifies the

label

for
a
details element.

time

Specifies a date and time.

video

Inserts a video file.

wbr

Indicates a

line break
“opportunity”


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