5 Useful HTML Tags You Never Knew Existed

It is generally best practice to use a semantic HTML tag to accomplish a task where you can — this makes your code more readable and your website more parseable. Here are five more tags you can add to your toolkit:

1. <progress>

This tag is used to show how far along a task or project is. It displays a bar which is filled according to the inputs you provide. For example, the code below

displays a bar which (unstyled) on the webpage looks like this:

2. <time>

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