EMBED tag gives a command to a browser to include a multimedia elements, such as video, sound files within a web document.

<embed src="" width="100" height="100">

<embed src="musicfile.mid" width="50" height="50">

Demo • Example
EM tags <em>emphasize</em> text.
FONT tags attribute text <font face="cursive, serif">font</font>, <font color="#0000ff">color</font>, and <font size="4">size</font>.
Form tags define a form.

<form action="contact.html" method="post">
  Your Email:
    <input type="text" name="visitor-email" maxlength="80" value="" /><br />
  Your Name:
    <input type="text" name="visitor-name" maxlength="80" value="" /><br />
    <input type="submit" value="Send" />



FRAMESET tags define a layout of frames.

<frameset cols="45%, *">
  <frame src ="/htmlcodes/left-frame.html" />
  <frame src ="/htmlcodes/right-frame.html" />

Demo • Example
<h1> - <h6>
H1 - H6 define level 1-6 headers.

<h1>Header 1</h1>

<h2>Header 2</h2>

<h3>Header 3</h3>

<h4>Header 4</h4>

<h5>Header 5</h5>
<h6>Header 6</h6>
Head tags define general information about the document, page title, meta-tags, scripts and links to follow, and other commands to browsers.
HR tag draws a horizontal break line.

Two choices for the same result: <hr> or <hr />
HTML tags contain HTML elements, and give a command to browsers to read the document as an HTML document.

iFrame tag creates an inline frame that contains another web page in it.
IMG tag attributes an image.
<I> tag is specifying <i>italic text</i>.
KBD tag stands for <kbd>keyboard text</kbd>
LABEL tag defines a label to a form control.
LI tag defines a list of ordered and unordered items.
LINK tag defines a link to an external document, such as External Style Sheets.
MARQUEE tags define different movement behaviors.
OPTGROUP tag creates an option drop-down group menu.
OPTION tag creates a drop-down menu. OPTION tag works only in conjunction with a SELECT tag.
OL tags define an ordered list of items.
<P> tag is specifying a paragraph and creates a new line.

<h4>Header 4</h4>

<p>This is a paragraph.</p>
PRE tag is specifing a preformatted text. This tag does,t let the browsers to eliminate "white spaces" in the text.
<Q> tag is specifing short quotations. The function is similar to <blockquote> tag except that <Q> tag doesn't break lines of the text.
<S> tag produces a strike throughout a text. <S> tag is depreciated and is not supported in XHTML 1.0 Strict DTD, therefore it's recommended to use DEL tag instead.
SAMP tag is specifing a fixed-width font.
SCRIPT tags define scripts within a web page and let the web browsers know that it's not an HTML section. You can place a <SCRIPT> tag anywhere within HTML, but the best practice is to place it between the <HEAD></HEAD> tags.
SELECT tag creates a menu on a form.
SMALL tag creates a small text.
SPAN tag is specifying a section of a document.
STRIKE tag creates a strike through words or text. Strike tag is depreciated and is not supported in XHTML 1.0 Strict DTD, therefore it's recommended to use DEL tag instead.
STRONG tag is specifying a strong text.
STYLE tag specifies a link and location to a style sheet, and gives a command to browsers regarding to a layout for a web page. Please find; First bold line is an External Style, and the next bold lines are for the Internal Style web page presentation.
TABLE tag is defining a table.
TD tag creates a data cell.
TH tag creates a header cell.
TR tag creates a row in a table.
TBODY tag creates a table body.
TEXTAREA tag creates a text area.
TFOOT tag creates a table footer.
THEAD tag creates a table header.
TITLE tag declares a title of an HTML document.
TT tag creates a teletype text.
U tag makes an underlined text.

This text has the <u>underlined words.</u>
VAR tag indicates a variable parameter.

This is a <var>variable parameter<var> of the sentence.