Tags in HTML

1.<p> (Paragraph Tag):

  • a). The<p> tag is used to define and create paragraphs of text in an HTML document.
  • b).It is a block-level element, which means it typically starts on a new line and takes up the full width of its container.

2.<acronym> Tag (obsolete):

  • a). The<acronym> tag was used to define an acronym or abbreviation in an HTML document.
  • b).However, it is considered obsolete in modern HTML standards, and the <abbr> tag should be used instead.

In this example, the<acronym> tag defines the abbreviation "RAM" with the title attribute providing the full term.

3.<marquee> Tag (obsolete):

a). The<marquee> tag was used to create scrolling text or images in a web page. It allowed content to move horizontally or vertically across the screen.

  • b). Like the <acronym> tag, the<marquee> tag is considered obsolete and is not recommended for use in modern web development.
  • In this example, the <marquee> tag creates scrolling text that moves from right to left.

Here  we use Scrollamount (high scollamount means  speed of moving content fast).

ScrollDelay(high scroll delay means speed of content slow)









<p align="center">This is paragraph tag with attribute align</p>

<p>This is a paragraph of text. It can contain multiple sentences and line breaks.</p>

<acronym title="Random Access Memory">RAM</acronym>

<p>Above tag is acronym Tag</p>

<marquee bgcolor="red" width=50% height=14% scrollamount=10 scrolldelay=50><h1>CODE2NIGHT</h1></marquee>

<p>Above tag is marquee Tag It is used to scroll content on web page</p>