Supported HTML elements: Alphabetical

Element

Description

Availability

<!-- ... -->

Specifies a comment.

3.7

<a>

Specifies an anchor.

3.7

<abbr>

Specifies an abbreviation.

4.6

<acronym>

Specifies an acronym.

4.6

<address>

Specifies a mailing address.

4.6

<area>

Specifies a link area in an image map.

3.7

<b>

Specifies bold text.

3.7

<base>

Specifies an absolute URI that acts as the base URI for resolving relative URIs.

4.0

<basefont>

Deprecated. Specifies the base font used in the document.

3.7

<bdo>

Specifies the language direction of the enclosed text.

4.6

<big>

Specifies a large text style.

4.0

<blockquote>

Specifies a long quotation.

3.7

<body>

Defines the body container element.

3.2

<br>

Specifies a line break.

3.7

<button>

Specifies a button.

4.6

<caption>

Specifies a table caption.

3.7

<center>

Deprecated. Specifies centered text.

3.7

<cite>

Defines a citation.

4.6

<code>

Specifies a computer code fragment.

4.6

<datalist>

Specifies a list of suggestions for a text field in a form.

5.0

<dd>

Specifies a definition description.

3.7

<del>

Specifies deleted text.

3.7

<dfn>

Defines an instance definition.

3.7

<dir>

Deprecated. Specifies a directory list.

3.7

<div>

Specifies a generic language or style container.

3.7

<dl>

Specifies a definition list.

3.7

<dt>

Specifies a definition term.

3.7

<em>

Specifies emphasis text style.

3.7

<fieldset>

Specifies a form control group container.

4.6

<font>

Deprecated. Specifies a local font change.

3.7

<form>

Specifies a form container.

3.7

<frame>

Specifies a window pane.

4.2

<frameset>

Defines a window layout.

4.2

<h1> to <h6>

Specifies specific heading levels.

3.7

<head>

Specifies the document head.

3.7

<hr>

Specifies a horizontal rule.

4.6

<html>

Specifies the document root element.

3.7

<I>

Specifies an italic text style.

3.7

<iframe>

Specifies a inline frame.

4.6

<img>

Specifies an embedded image.

3.7

<input>

Specifies a form control.

3.7

<ins>

Specifies inserted text style.

4.6

<kbd>

Specifies keyboard input text style.

4.6

<label>

Specifies a form field label.

4.6

<legend>

Specifies a fieldset legend.

4.6

<li>

Specifies a list item.

3.7

<link>

Specifies a media independent link.

3.7

<map>

Specifies a client side image map.

3.7

<marquee>

Scrolls text across the browser window.

4.6

<menu>

Deprecated. Specifies a menu list.

3.7

<meta>

Specifies a container for meta information.

3.7

<noscript>

Specifies an alternate content container.

4.0

<object>

Specifies a generic object container.

4.0

<ol>

Specifies an ordered, or numbered, list.

3.7

<optgroup>

Specifies a group of options.

3.7

<option>

Specifies a choice from a selection list.

3.7

<p>

Specifies a paragraph.

3.7

<param>

Specifies a named property value.

4.0

<pre>

Specifies a preformatted text style.

3/7

<q>

Specifies a short inline quotation.

4.6

<s>

Specifies a short inline quotation.

3.7

<samp>

Specifies a sample output container.

4.6

<script>

Specifies a JavaScript® container.

4.0

<select>

Specifies an option list container.

3.7

<small>

Specifies a small text style.

3.7

<span>

Specifies a small text style.

4.6

<strike>

Deprecated. Specifies a strike through text style.

3.7

<strong>

Specifies a strong emphasis text style.

3.7

<style>

Specifies a style definition container.

4.6

<sub>

Specifies subscript text style.

4.0

<sup>

Specifies superscript text style.

4.0

<table>

Specifies superscript text style.

4.0

<tbody>

Specifies a table body.

4.6

<td>

Specifies a table data cell.

4.0

<textarea>

Specifies a multiline text field.

3.7

<tfoot>

Specifies a table footer.

4.6

<th>

Specifies a table header cell.

3.7

<thead>

Specifies a table header.

4.6

<title>

Specifies a table header.

3.7

<tr>

Specifies a table row.

4.0

<tt>

Specifies a table row.

4.6

<u>

Deprecated. Specifies an underlined text style.

3.7

<ul>

Specifies an unordered, or bulleted, list.

3.7

<var>

Specifies a variable or program argument.

3.7

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