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HTML5 has now become the new standard for the web development .And the best part is that every new browser has the compatibility of HTML5 ­čÖé So the moral of the story is if you are a web developer and want to match the future of web development, you have to learn HTML5.┬áJust like the trend , even I am learning HTML5. So here I am sharing a very useful cheatsheet on HTML5 which should be a┬ámust have┬á in your archive.

New tags added in HTML 5

Layout tags

  • <article>┬áDefines an article
  • <aside>┬áDefines contents aside from the page content
  • <embed>┬áDefines external interactive content or plugin
  • <figcaption>┬áDefines the caption of a figure element
  • <figure>┬áDefines a group of media content, and their caption
  • <footer>┬áDefines a footer for a section or page
  • <header>┬áDefines a header for a section or page
  • <nav>┬áDefines navigation links
  • <section>┬áDefines a section
  • <wbr>┬áDefines a possible line-break

Web Apps tags

  • <canvas>┬áDefines graphics
  • <command>┬áDefines a command button
  • <datagrid>┬áReferences dynamic data in a tree or a tabular data form
  • <datalist>┬áDefines a dropdown list
  • <details>┬áDefines details of an element

Media tags

  • <audio>┬áDefines sound content
  • <source>┬áDefines media resources
  • <video>┬áDefines a video

Ruby tags

  • <rp>┬áDefines browser substitute for unsupported ruby elements
  • <rt>┬áDefines explanation to ruby annotations
  • <ruby>┬áDefines ruby annotations

Other tags

  • <dialog>┬áDefines a conversion or people talking
  • <hgroup>┬áDefines information about a section in a document
  • <keygen>┬áDefines a generated key in a form
  • <mark>┬áDefines marked text
  • <meter>┬áDefines measurement within a predefined range
  • <summary>┬áDefines the header of a ÔÇťdetailÔÇŁ element
  • <time>┬áDefines a date/time

Existing tags in HTML 4 & 5

  • <!ÔÇô..ÔÇô>┬áDefines a comment
  • <!DOCTYPE>┬áDefines the document type
  • <a>┬áDefines a hyperlink
  • <abbr>┬áDefines an abbreviation
  • <address>┬áDefines an address element
  • <area>┬áDefines an area inside an image map
  • <b>┬áDefines bold text
  • <base>┬áDefines a base URL for all the links in a page
  • <bdo>┬áDefines the direction of text display
  • <blockquote>┬áDefines a long quotation
  • <body>┬áDefines the body element
  • <br>┬áInserts a single line break
  • <button>┬áDefines a push button
  • <caption>┬áDefines a table caption
  • <cite>┬áDefines a citaion
  • <code>┬áDefines computer code text
  • <col>┬áDefines attributes table columns
  • <colgroup>┬áDefines groups of table columns
  • <dd>┬áDefines a definition description
  • <del>┬áDefines Defines deleted text
  • <dfn>┬áDefines a definition term
  • <div>┬áDefines a section in a document
  • <dl>┬áDefines a definition list
  • <dt>┬áDefines a definition term
  • <em>┬áDefines emphasized text
  • <fieldset>┬áDefines a fieldset
  • <form>┬áDefines a form
  • <h1>┬áto┬á<h6>┬áDefines header 1 to header 6
  • <head>┬áDefines information about the document
  • <hr>┬áDefines a horizontal rule
  • <html>┬áDefines an html document
  • <i>┬áDefines italic text
  • <iframe>┬áDefines an inline sub window (frame)
  • <img>┬áDefines an image
  • <input>┬áDefines an input field
  • <ins>┬áDefines inserted text
  • <kbd>┬áDefines keyboard text
  • <label>┬áDefines a label for a form control
  • <legend>┬áDefines a title in a fieldset
  • <li>┬áDefines a list item
  • <link>┬áDefines a resource reference
  • <map>┬áDefines an image map
  • <menu>┬áDefines a menu list
  • <meta>┬áDefines meta information
  • <noscript>┬áDefines a noscript section
  • <object>┬áDefines an embedded object
  • <ol>┬áDefines an ordered list
  • <optgroup>┬áDefines an option group
  • <option>┬áDefines an option in a drop-down list
  • <p>┬áDefines a paragraph
  • <param>┬áDefines a parameter for an object
  • <pre>┬áDefines preformatted text
  • <q>┬áDefines a short quotation
  • <s>┬áDefines text that is no longer correct
  • <samp>┬áDefines sample computer code
  • <script>┬áDefines a script
  • <select>┬áDefines a selectable list
  • <small>┬áDefines small text
  • <span>┬áDefines a section in a document
  • <strong>┬áDefines strong text
  • <style>┬áDefines a style definition
  • <sub>┬áDefines subscripted text
  • <table>┬áDefines a table
  • <tbody>┬áDefines a table body
  • <td>┬áDefines a table cell
  • <th>┬áDefines a table header
  • <thead>┬áDefines a table header
  • <title>┬áDefines the document title
  • <tr>┬áDefines a table row
  • <ul>┬áDefines a unordered list
  • <var>┬áDefines a variable

Old tags

  • <acronym>┬áDefined acronyms in HTML 4.01
  • <applet>┬áDefined an embedded applet
  • <basefont>┬áDefined default font properties for all text in a document
  • <big>┬áUsed to make text bigger
  • <center>┬áset to center align text and content
  • <dir>┬áDefined a directory list
  • <font>┬áSpecified font face, font size, and font color of text
  • <frame>┬áDefined on particular window without a frameset
  • <frameset>┬áDefined a frameset, which organized multiple windows
  • <noframes>┬áDisplayed text for browser that do not handle frames
  • <strike>┬áDefined strikthrough text
  • <tt>┬áDefined teletype text
  • <u>┬áDefined underliend text
  • <xmp>┬áDefined preformatted text

Global attributes

New attributes

  • contenteditable┬áSpecifies if the user is allowed to edit the content or not
  • value: true | false
  • contetxtmenu┬áSpecifies the context menu for an element
  • value: menu id
  • draggable┬áSpecifies whether a user is allowed to drag an element
  • value: true | false | auto
  • dropzone┬áSpecifies what happens when dragged data is dropped
  • value: copy | move | link
  • hidden┬áSpecifies that the element is not relevant
  • value: hidden
  • spellcheck┬áSpecifies if the element must have its spelling checked
  • value: true | false

Existing attributes

  • accesskey┬áSpecifies a keyboard shortcut to access an element
  • value: character
  • class┬áSpecifies a classname for an element (for stylesheets)
  • value: class name
  • dir┬áSpecifies the text direction for the cotent in an element
  • value: ltr | rtl
  • id┬áSpecifies a unique id for an element
  • value: id
  • lang┬áSpecifies a language code for the content in an element
  • value: language code
  • style┬áSpecifies the tab order of an element
  • value: number
  • title┬áSpecifies extra information about an element
  • value: text

Event attributes

New attributes on Window

  • onafterprint┬áRun after the document is printed
  • onbeforeprint┬áRun before the document is printed
  • onbeforeonload┬áRun before the document loads
  • onerror┬áRn when an error occur
  • onhaschange┬áRun when the document has change
  • onmessage┬áRun when the message is triggered
  • onoffline┬áRun when the document goes offline
  • ononline┬áRun when the document comes online
  • onpagehide┬áRun when the window is hidden
  • onpageshow┬áRun when the window becomes visible
  • onpopstate┬áRun when the windowÔÇÖs history change
  • onredo┬áRun when the document performs a redo
  • onresize┬áRun when the window resized
  • onstorage┬áRun when a document loads
  • onundo┬áRun when a document perform an undo
  • onunload┬áRun when the user leaves the document

Existing attributes on Window

  • onblur┬áRun when the window loses focus
  • onfocus┬áRun when the window get focus
  • onload┬áRun when the document loads

New attributes on Form

  • oncontextmenu┬áRun when a context menu is triggered
  • onformchange┬áRun when a form changes
  • onforminput┬áRun when a form gets user input
  • oninput┬áRun when an element gets user input
  • oninvalid┬áRun when an element is invalid

Existing attributes in Form

  • onblur┬áRun when an element loses focus
  • onchange┬áRun when an element changes
  • onfocus┬áRun when an element gets focus
  • onselect┬áRun when an element is selected
  • onsubmit┬áRun when a form is submitted

Unsupported attributes in Form

onreset Run when a form is reset (Not supported in HTML 5)

Existing attributes for keyboard

  • onkeydown┬áRun when a key is pressed
  • onkeypress┬áRun when a keys pressed and reloaded
  • onkeyup┬áRun when a key is released

New attributes for mouse

  • ondrag┬áRun when an element is dragged
  • ondragend┬áRun at the end of a drag operation
  • ondragenter┬áRun when an element is dragged on a drop target
  • ondragleave┬áRun when an element leaves a valid drop target
  • ondragover┬áRun when an element is dragged over a drop target
  • ondragstart┬áRun at the star of drag operation
  • ondrop┬áRun when dragged element is being dropped
  • onmousewheel┬áRun when the mouse wheel is being rotated
  • onscroll┬áRun when an elementÔÇÖs scrollbar is being scrolled

Existing attributes for mouse

  • onclick┬áRun on a mouse click
  • ondbclick┬áRun on a mouse double-click
  • onmousedown┬áRun when a mouse button is pressed
  • onmousemove┬áRun when the mouse pointer moves
  • onmouseout┬áRun when the mouse pointer moves out of an element
  • onmouseover┬áRun when the mouse pointer moves over an element
  • onmouseup┬áRun when mouse button is released

New attributes for media

  • oncanplay┬áRun when media can start play
  • oncanplaythrough┬áRun when media can be played to the end
  • ondurationchange┬áRun when the length of the media is changed
  • onemtied┬áRun when a media resource element becomes empty
  • onended┬áRun when media has reach end
  • onerror┬áRun when an error occurs loading an element
  • onloadeddata┬áRun when media data is loaded
  • onloadedmetadata┬áRun when the duration of a media element is loaded
  • onloadstart┬áRun when the browser starts to load the media data
  • onpause┬áRun when media data is paused
  • onplaying┬áRun when media data has start playing
  • onprogress┬áRun when the browser is fetching the media data
  • onratechange┬áRun when the media dataÔÇÖs playing rate has changed
  • onreadystatechange┬áRun when the ready-state changes
  • onseeked┬áRun when a elementÔÇÖs seeking attribute is not true
  • onseeking┬áRun when an elementÔÇÖs seeking attribute is true
  • onstalled┬áRun when there is an error in fetching media data
  • onsuspend┬áRun when browser has stopped fetching media data
  • ontimeupdate┬áRun when media changes its playing position
  • onvolumechange┬áRun when media changes the volume, also when mute
  • onwaiting┬áRun when media has stopped playing

Existing attributes for media

onabort Run on an abort event

 

Should developers and designers invest in HTML5?

YES ! HTML5 has become a full-fledged development environment .

I hope this cheat sheet will help you . Just take a print out and start learning/revising these tags to improve Your HTML5 Ninja Skills ­čśÇ

7 thoughts on “Important HTML5 Cheat Sheet for Web Developers

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