HTML Elements

In this tutorial, we will learn about HTML Elements, as well as grasp the many accessible elements and their syntax through examples. An HTML element is a group of start and end tags with content between them.

Supported Tags: HTML Elements supports nearly all HTML Tags.


Nested HTML Elements

Nested HTML elements are HTML elements placed within another HTML element.



Necessary to add end tag

It is required to include an element's end tag. Otherwise, the provided content may or may not be accurately displayed.



Empty HTML Elements

Empty elements are HTML elements that have no content, i.e. they do not print anything. Empty HTML components don't have a closing tag. As an example. Empty HTML elements include <br>, <hr>, <link>, <input>, and so on.




No, you don't need to memorize all the HTML tags. However, it is important to have a basic understanding of the most commonly used tags and how they work. As you practice and gain more experience with HTML, you will become more familiar with the tags and their syntax. There are also many free resources available online like that can help you learn and remember HTML tags.

It's important to make sure that each nested element is properly closed before closing the parent element. This ensures that the document structure is correct and that the elements are displayed as intended. It's also important to avoid nesting certain elements within others, as this can cause errors or unexpected behavior.

The <br> tag is used to insert line break. For example, If you want to start a new sentence in the next line, you can use a <br> tag after the end of the first line.