This element represents a set of option elements that represent predefined options for other controls. The contents of the element represents fallback content for legacy user agents, intermixed with option elements that represent the predefined options. In the rendering, the datalist element represents nothing and it, along with its children, should be hidden.
<div class="class-name" id="datalist-id-name"> <label>Your favourite fruit: <input type="text" name="fruit" list="fruits"> <datalist id="fruits"> <option value="" selected>Choose an option</option> <option value="Blackberry">Blackberry</option> <option value="Blackcurrant">Blackcurrant</option> <option value="Blueberry">Blueberry</option> </datalist> </label> </div>
This element represents the description, definition, or value, part of a term-description group in a description list (dl element).
<dd>DD element - definition description</dd>
This element represents a removal from the document. Thedel elements should not cross implied paragraph boundaries
<del datetime="2016-12-17T01:25-07:00">DEL element</del>
This element represents a disclosure widget from which the user can obtain additional information or controls. However, the details element is not appropriate for footnotes.
This is some DETAILS element content
<details class="class-name" id="details-id-name"> <summary>This is the SUMMARY element</summary> <p>This is some DETAILS element content</p> </details>
This element represents the defining instance of a term. The paragraph, description list group, or section that is the nearest ancestor of the dfn element must also contain the definition(s) for the term given by the dfn element.
<dfn><abbr title="World Wide Web Consortium">W3C</abbr></dfn>
This element has no special meaning at all. It represents its children. It can be used with the class, lang, and title attributes to mark up semantics common to a group of consecutive elements.
<div class="class-name" id="div-id-name"> This is a DIV element </div>
This elements represents a description list consisting of zero or more name-value groups. Each group must consist of one or more names (dt elements) each followed by one or more values (dd elements). Name-value groups may be terms and definitions, metadata topics and values, or any other groups of name-value data. The values within a group are alternatives; multiple paragraphs forming part of the same value must all be given within the same dd element.
<dl class="class-name" id="dl-id-name"> <dt>DT element - definition term</dt> <dd>DD element - definition description</dd> </dl>
This element represents the term, or name, part of a term-description group in a description list (dl element).
<dt>DT element - definition term</dt>