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HTML element

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  1. In computing, an HTML element indicates structure in an HTML document and a way of hierarchically arranging content

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 13, 2008
  2. More specifically, an HTML element is an SGML element that meets the requirements of one or more of the HTML Document Type Definitions (DTDs)

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  3. These elements have properties: both attributes and content, as specified (both allowable and required) according to the appropriate HTML DTD (for example, the HTML 4.01 strict DTD)

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  4. Elements may represent headings, paragraphs, hypertext links, lists, embedded media, and a variety of other structures

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  5. Syntactically HTML elements are constructed with

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