What are HTML elements?
HTML elements are represented by a starting tag and a closing tag with content in between them.
For example –
What are nested HTML Elements:
When one HTML element is put inside another HTML element, it is called nested HTML elements. Nested HTML elements are widely used these days, while making a web page. Example is shown below:
<title>Nested Elements Example</title>
<h1>This is <i>italic</i> heading</h1>
<p>This is <u>underlined</u> paragraph</p>
Result will be displayed as:
This is italic heading
This is underlined paragraph
What are empty HTML element?
When there is no content in between HTML tags it is called Empty HTML element. E.g. <br /> is an empty element, where it is opened and closed without any content in between the tags. Please remember there is a space after br character followed by forward slash (/).
- Give some examples of empty html elements?
Here are some examples of empty html elements:-
|<br>||To break a line||<p>**some text** <br /> **some text** </p>|
|<link>||To link other page||<link href=”freetutorialpoint.com” rel=”learn free html”>|
|<hr>||To give a space between a paragraph||<p> **some text**</p> <hr> <p> **other text**</p>|
|<img>||To insert an image.|
where src = source file, alt = alternative text, width, and height act as attributes
|<img src=”image.jpg” alt=”logo” width=”104″ height=”142″>|
<body> <p>This is a paragraph.</p> </body>
- Find all Nested and Empty html elements and try to use them in above html code.
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