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Attribute in HTML

HTML attribute is a special word used within an HTML element's opening tag to provide additional information about the element itself. These attributes act like modifiers that define the element's behavior or adjust how it appears on a webpage.

Atribute in HTML

For example, the <img> element creates an image on a webpage. By itself, the <img> tag doesn't provide any information about the image to be displayed. However, you can add an src attribute to specify the location (source) of the image file.

Here's an example of an <img> tag with an src attribute:

<img src="myimage.jpg" alt="My Image Description">

In this example, the src attribute tells the browser where to find the image file "myimage.jpg". The alt attribute provides alternative text that describes the image, which is useful for accessibility purposes or if the image fails to load.

There are many different HTML attributes, each serving a specific purpose. Some common attributes include:

  • href: Used with anchor tags <a> to specify the hyperlink destination.
  • id: Assigns a unique identifier to an element, allowing you to target it with CSS or Javascript.
  • class: Assigns a class name to an element, allowing you to apply CSS styles to a group of elements.
  • style: Lets you apply inline CSS styles directly to an element.
  • src: Specifies the location of an external resource, such as an image or video.
  • alt: Provides alternative text for an image.
  • width: Defines the width of an element.
  • height: Defines the height of an element.


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