• <p> = paragraph

  • <h1>...<h6> = heading

  • <ul> = unordered list / dot

  • <ol> = ordered list / number

  • <table>

    • <thead> = header in table
      • <tr> = stands for table row.
        • <th> = stands for table header.
        • <td> = stands for table data.
  • <img alt="alternative text for accessibility" src="PATH">

  • <video autoplay loop muted width="1280">

    • <source> src="PATH" type="video/mp4"
    • </video>
  • <a> = anchor, tag

  • <form>

    <form action="https://www.google.com/search" method="get">
        <input name="q" type="text">
        <input type="submit">
    • First, we have a <form> tag that has an action of Google’s search URL, with a method of GET.
    • Inside the form, we have one <input>, with the name q, and another <input> with the type of submit. When the second input, a button, is clicked, the form will automatically add the input to the URL.
    • So when we open search.html in our browser, we can use the form to search via Google.