Elements article, aside, nav,
section make up the sectioning content category.
This paragraph is nested inside an article element. It contains many different, sometimes useful, HTML5 elements. Of course there are classics like emphasis, strong,
and small but there are many others as well. Hover the following text for abbreviation element: abbr. You can define deleted text which often gets replaced with text.
You can also use keyboard text, which sometimes is styled similarly to the <code> or samp elements. Even more specifically, there is an element just for variables. Not to be mistaken with block
quotes below, the quote element lets you denote something as quoted text. Lastly don't forget the sub (H2O) and sup (E = MC2) elements.
This paragraph is contained in a section element of its parent article element.
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Elements abbr, b, bdi,
bdo, br, cite, code,
data, del, dfn, em,
i, ins, kbd, mark,
meter, progress, q, s,
samp, small, span, strong,
sub, sup, time, u,
var, wbr, and others make up the phrasing content category.
abbr: Some vehicles meet the
SULEV standard. br was used to make this sentence start on a new line.
bdi: Some languages read right to left, مرحبا.
bdo: The normal direction has been
em is used for emphasis and usually renders as italics, contrast that with i which is used for alternate voice or to offset from the normal (such as a phrase from a different language or taxonomic designation): E. coli can be bad. strong is used for importance or urgency and usually renders as bold, contrast that with b which is used to draw attention without the semantic meaning of importance.
cite: In the words of Charles Bukowski — An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way.
data can be used to specify 5 A.M. that is machine-readable, but time is a better choice for specifying in a machine-readable format.
del can be varily used to mark deletions. ins marks . s: similar to del, but used to mark content that is no longer relevant. Windows XP version available.u: a holdover with no real meaning that should be removed. mark: the HTML equivalent of the yellow highlighter. span: a
generic element with no meaning by itself.
dfn: Foreign phrases add a certain je ne sais quoi to one's prose.
q: The W3C page About W3C says the W3C’s mission is To lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing protocols and guidelines that ensure long-term growth for the Web.
kbd and samp: I did this:
c:\>format c: /yes
Is that bad? Press Ctrl+F5 for a hard reload.
var: To log in, type ssh email@example.com, where user is your user ID.
meter and progress: Storage space usage:
6 blocks used (out of 8 total) Progress:
sub is used for subscripts: H2O. sup is used for superscripts: E = MC2. small is used for side comments: I wrote this whole document. [Editor's note: no he did not]wbr: used to specify where a word may break and it is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
I quickly explained that many big jobs involve few hazards
This is a mult-line blockquote with a cite reference. People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying no to the hundred other good ideas that there are. You have to
pick carefully. I’m actually as proud of the things we haven’tdone as the things I have done. Innovation is saying no to 1,000 things.
details and summary:
Definition List Title
Definition list division.
Used in expressions to describe work in which all conceivable (and some inconceivable) sources have been mined. In this case, a bunch of markup.
Defines content aside from the page content
Defines a section that is quoted from another source