HTML5 Advance Feature
HTML5 introduces some new elements for various purposes.The AUDIO and VIDEO elements are used to embed media files in a Web page.
The HEADER and FOOTER elements are used to display the header and footer sections in a Web page.
ARTICLE – Shows an independent entry of a blog or a magazine.
AUDIO – Allows you to embed audio files in a Web page.
CANVAS – Provides a canvas on a Webpage to draw graphics on it.
COMMAND – Stores a command to perform a task
DATALIST – Shows a drop-down list.
DETAILS – Shows the details of an item besides its default information.
EMBED – Defines external interactive content or pug-in
FIGCAPTION – Shows the caption of the FIRURE element.
EMBED – Defines external interactive content or plug-in
FOOTER – Show the footer of a section or page.
HEADER – Shows the header of a section or page.
HGROUP – Represents a group of headlines in a document.
MARK – Shows highlighted text
MENU – Shows a menu bar on a Web page.
METER – Display the measurement of a number in a predefined range.
PROGRESS – Shows the progress of an ongoing process.
SECTION – Shows a section of chapter or a part of a book.
Time – Shows date and time in a Web page.
VIDEO – Allows you to embed video in a Web page.
WBR – Defines a possible line-break that can be inserted in a text.
ACCESSKEY – Represents a keyboard shortcut to access an element.
CONTENTEDITABLE – Specifies whether or not a user is allowed to edit the content.
CONTEXTMENU – Represents the context menu for an element.
DRAGGABLE – Specifies wheather or not a user is able to drag an element.