This element represents a span of text to be stylistically offset from the normal prose without conveying any extra importance. Examples are key words in a document abstract, product names in a review, or other spans of text whose typical typographic presentation is bold. This element should be used as a last resort when no other element is more appropriate.
This element allows authors to specify the document base URL for the purposes of resolving relative URLs, and the name of the default browsing context for the purposes of following hyperlinks. The element does not represent any content beyond this information. There must be no more than one base element per document. A base element must have either an href attribute, a target attribute, or both.
<head> <title>The Company</title> <base href="http://www.sample.com/"> </head>
This element represents a span of text that is to be isolated from its surroundings for the purposes of bidirectional text formatting.
This element represents explicit text directionality formatting control for its children. It allows authors to override the Unicode bidirectional algorithm by explicitly specifying a direction override.
<bdo dir="ltr">BDO element</bdo>
This element represents a section that is quoted from another source. Content inside a blockquote must be quoted from another source, whose address, if it has one, may be cited in the cite attribute.
This is a BLOCKQUOTE element
<blockquote class="class-name" id="blockquote-id-name"> This is a BLOCKQUOTE element </blockquote>
This element represents the main content of the document.
<body> This is the BODY element </body>
This element represents a line break. br elements must be used only for line breaks that are actually part of the content, as in poems or addresses.
Some text<br> Some more text
This element represents a button. If the element is not disabled, then the user agent should allow the user to activate the button.
<button type="button">BUTTON type=button</button> <button type="submit">BUTTON type=submit</button>