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    What is the difference between HTML elements and tags?

    i want to know What is the difference between HTML elements and tags?

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    Considering your user name and how its the same as the links in your signature... I'd think you could tell us what the difference is

    But, I Googled your question. Here is one of many hits:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8...-elements-html

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    An element is the basic building block of HTML and is typically made up of two tags: an opening tag and a closing tag.

    For example, the paragraph element <p></p> is made up of the opening tag <p> and the closing tag </p>. The element is the collection of both the starting tag and the ending tag.

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    Hii Friends,
    Your que. is good.
    `<p>` and `</p>` are called HTML tags.
    `<p>This is the content</p>` : This complete thing is called a HTML element.

    it is simple difference between html tags and html element.

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    For example, we denote H1 tag in html like this <h1>. It is called a html tag.

    And if we give H1 to some title like <h1>Web Design and Development</h1> The whole thing inside this tag is called html elements.

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