HTML5 Examples



This is H1 heading

This is H2 heading

This is H3 heading

This is H4 heading

This is H5 heading
This is H6 heading

A Markup language consists of elements (tag) with their attributes, character-based data (letters and numbers), character entity references (e.g., &), and others. They are text scripts used to generate various documents. Examples are LaTex, HTML, and XHTML. Unlike WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) software packages (e.g., WordPerfect and OpenOffice), a markup language uses tags to control formats and styles (e.g., font, color, and layout) of the content.

Structure of Contents

<body>
   <header>

      <nav>
      ...
      </nav>

   </header>

   <main>

      <article>

         <section>
         ...
         </section>

         ...

         <section>
         ...
         </section>

   </article>

   </main>

   <footer>
   ...
   </footer>

</body>

This is an italicized text.

This is a bold font.

This is a small text.

This is a reference text.

This is a subscript text.

This is a superscript text.

This is a code text.

This is a user input text.

PMPP (abbreviation input)

This is a defining instance of a term.

This is a var text.

This is a quoted text.

This is a s element.

This is an i element.

This is a b element.

This is a unarticulated element.

This is a marked or highlighted element.

?book ?writing

Unordered List

Unordered List
Ordered List Caption
  1. PMPP
  2. IDP
  3. IRP
Ordered List with Options
  1. PMPP
  2. IDP
  3. IRP
Definition List
HTML
is a Web language
XHTML
is the extensible HTML

Anchor Element

HTML Note
CSS Note
Wiki Logo (Click here)

Click here to get back to course Web page


Image Element

Wikipedia
Wikipedia
Bivariate Normal Distribution

Bivariate Normal Distribution
Bivariate Normal Distribution


Table 5.1 This is an example of a table
Head 1 Head 2 Head 3
Content 11 Content 12 Content 13
Content 21 Content 22 Content 23
Foot 1 Foot 2 Foot 3