Author: Claire Broadley

Claire is seasoned technical writer, editor, and HTML enthusiast. She writes for HTML.com and runs a content agency, Red Robot Media.
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  • <samp> HTML Tag

    The <samp> element is used to identify text that should be interpreted as sample output from a computer program. By default, browser render <samp> element contents in a monospace font.
  • <meta name=””>

    Provides a context for the value in the contents attribute of a <meta> element.
  • <script> HTML Tag

    The <script> element contains code written in a programming language other than HTML or specifies the location of an external script resource. It is most commonly used to add JavaScript and jQuery to webpages either directly or by linking to external .js files.
  • <option> HTML Tag

    The <option> element is used in conjunction with the <select> element to create a drop-down menu in a web form. Each <option> element is displayed as an available option in the resulting drop-down menu.
  • <link href=””>

    Describes the relationship between the source file and an external file, such as a script.
  • <link title=””>

    Assigns a name to different linked resources so that users can choose between them.
  • <multicol> HTML Tag

    The <multicol> element was an experimental feature, now deprecated, that was used to create a newspaper-style layout for text content. The modern CSS columns property can be used to create the same effect.
  • <p clear=””>

    Was used to force a paragraph to appear below sibling elements rather than next to sibling elements within a parent element.
  • <table rules=””>

    Was used to specify the display of internal borders between rows and colums. This attribute has been deprecated. Use CSS to style table borders instead.
  • <script defer>

    The defer element of <script> allows a script to load, but pauses the execution of the script until the page… Read More...
  • <small> HTML Tag

    The <small> element identifies text to display one size smaller than the surrounding text. In HTML5 the element is intended to be used to identify items of secondary importance such as copyright notices, side comments, and legal notices.
  • <param> HTML Tag

    The <param> element is used to specify the parameters that apply to plugin-powered content embedded with an <object> element.