HTML Basic Tags

In HTML there are many basic tags Any document starts with a heading. You can use different sizes for your headings. HTML also has six levels of headings, which use the elements<h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <h5>, and <h6>. While displaying any heading, browser adds one line before and one line after that heading.


ANCHOR tag creates
<a href="http://www.designerspoint.com">link</a> to other internet location, or file.
ABBREVIATION tags indicate interpretation of the meaning to the browsers and search engines for such as kind of abbreviations as "Inc.", "etc.".
ACRONYM tags defines an acronym, like; <acronym title="Designers points">WWW</acronym>.
ADDRESS tags are used to identify the author's contact information for a section or a document.
APPLET element tags are used to embed and invoke a Java application within an HTML page.
AREA tag defines a section of an image.
BOLD tag is specifying <b>bold section</b> within the text document.
BASE tag defines information regarding to the links on the page.
BASEFONT tags defines changes of all text appearance on the web page.
BDO tag is specifying the direction of text display by overwriting the default value from Left to Right. <bdo dir="rtl">Right to Left</bdo>
BIG tag makes the <big>text larger</big> then the rest of the text.
<blockquote>separate a section</blockquote>
of text from the surrounding text.
BLINK tags defines text to <blink>blink</blink> repeatedly. Internet Explorer doesn't support this tag yet.
      Body tags identify the content of a web page.
Line Break tag is specifying<br>
a new line
>BUTTON tag is used to create a <button type="button">Push Button</button>  
  <caption>CAPTION tag adds a caption to a table.</caption>
<center>CENTER tags center text, images, etc.</center>
<cite>CITE tags defines a citation and displaying in italics.</cite>
CODE tags are used for example, to indicate a code of the current <code>htmltags.html</code> page.
COL tags are used to define column properties for table columns.

  <colgroup span="2">
    <col width="60" align="left"></col>
    <col width="80" align="center"></col>
    <td>1st Column</td>
    <td>2nd Column</td>
DFN tags emphasize definition, for example; <dfn>PC</dfn>: Personal Computer.
DEL tag indicates <del>deleted text</del>