An HTML element is a part of an HTML page that instructs a web browser on how to organise and interpret a certain section of the text. HTML elements, for example, are used to indicate document portions like headers, paragraphs, and footers, as well as to incorporate content like hyperlinks, text, and images.
The following are the basic elements of an HTML page:
The h1>, h2>, h3>, h4>, h5>, and h6> tags are used to indicate a text header.
The <p> tag is used to indicate a paragraph.
The <hr> tag is used to indicate a horizontal ruler.
The <a> (anchor) tag is used to indicate a link.
The content is stored in the HTML element. HTML attributes are used to describe a specific feature of an HTML element in greater depth. The general content is defined by HTML components. HTML attributes offer a variety of extra properties to an already existing HTML element.
A single component of a bigger group is referred to as an element. In computer programming, for example, an array can have many elements (indices) that can be stored and accessed separately.
According to Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) and HTML.com, there are 142 and 132 HTML tags, respectively.