Here are some common HTML tags:
<!DOCTYPE html>: Defines the document type as HTML5.
<html>: Defines the beginning and end of an HTML document.
<head>: Contains metadata about the document, including the title and links to external stylesheets and scripts.
<title>: Defines the title of the document, which appears in the browser tab and search results.
<body>: Contains the visible content of the document, including text, images, and other media.
<h6>: Defines headings of different sizes, with
<h1> being the largest and
<h6> being the smallest.
<p>: Defines a paragraph of text.
<a>: Defines a hyperlink, with the
href attribute specifying the URL of the link.
<img>: Defines an image, with the
src attribute specifying the URL of the image and the
alt attribute providing alternative text for screen readers.
<ol>: Define unordered and ordered lists, respectively.
<li>: Defines a list item within a list.
<table>: Defines a table, with
<tr> defining a row and
<td> defining a cell within a row.
<form>: Defines a form for user input, with
<form> defining different types of form controls, such as text fields and checkboxes.
<input>: Creates an
<input> field for some input.
<label>: associates a
<label> with an input element.
<select>: creates a dropdown list.
<option>: defines an
<option> in a dropdown list.
<button>: creates a clickable
<textarea>: creates a multi-line input field for user input.
<fieldset>: groups related form elements together.
<legend>: defines a caption for a
There are many more HTML tags available, but these are some of the most commonly used ones.