5 New HTML5 Tags You Should Know About
Posted By Vijendra Kumar | 31-Jan-2018
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3: <figure> and <figcaption>
<figure> is a content container (usually a picture, but it can be anything), <figcaption> (placed in the <figure> tag) that provides a title or subtitle for the contents of the <figure> tag. For example, you can use four images in the <figure> tag and <figcaption> to represent the sales growth chart, with text such as "Sales growth from one year to another, 1989-1993." The image will be displayed next to the four words below.
4: <progress>and <meter>
<progress> and <meter> are similar. Use <progress> for tasks or "Measurement Complete" scenarios. It also has an indeterminate pattern that has an unknown time (like searching the database). The <meter> tag is used for meter and numeric measurements (thermometer, number of uses, etc.). Although in many cases they can look similar on the screen, they have different semantic meanings.
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