The <audio> tag initializes the sound, such as music or audio stream. Three formats are currently supported: MP3, WAV and OGG.
<blockquote> will indicate a section that is cited from another source.
The HTML <output> tag is used to display the results of the calculations. You can use the plus sign and the equality symbol, which will be shown in <output file>. In the attribute specify the identifiers of the two elements.
<image> will accurately identify the source of the image. Instead of a picture that can be scrolled depending on the width of the window, the <image> tag contains two elements: one or several <source> and one <image> element.
The <source> element has the following attributes:
srcset (required): points to the URL of the displayed image;
media: accept any valid media request that can be defined in CSS;
dimensions: single width value, media query list or media query section is defined;
type: MIME type is defined.
The browser uses attribute values to load the most appropriate image. It works with the first element <source>, and ignores the rest.
The <img> tag is used for feedback if the browser does not support the element, or none of the <source> tags are appropriate.
<progress> visualizes the progress of something.
Ahtung! This is NOT a replacement for the <meter> tag.
Requests must be <meter>.
And here it is! The <meter> HTML tag uses a scalar measurement in a specific range or a fractional value to represent, for example, search results or pressure measures.
The <template> contains hidden pieces of code from the user that can be reused for their own purposes.
The <time> element initializes the “machine” date or time format in order to use it, for example, in a calendar or a schedule. "Smart" search results.
The <video> container can hold a video clip or video stream. Supported formats: MP4, WebM and Ogg.
10. The possibility of breaking words among HTML elements
If you have a long piece of text or a word, you can use the <wbr> tag, an ideal placeholder for a space. This is not a broken text.