HTML Attributes are special keywords used inside the HTML tags to provide additional information about an HTML element. Attributes are always specified in the start tag and usually come in name/value pairs like: name=”value”.
Here’s a list of some of the most commonly used HTML attributes:
style – Specifies inline styling information for an element
src – Specifies the source URL of an embedded content, such as an image or a video
width and height – Specifies the width and height of an element, such as an image
alt – Specifies alternative text for an image, to be displayed if the image cannot be loaded
href – Specifies the target URL of a link
target – Specifies where to open a linked document or resource, such as _blank for a new tab or _self for the same tab
method – Specifies the HTTP method to be used when submitting a form, such as “get” or “post”
action – Specifies the URL to which the form data will be sent when the form is submitted.
There are many more HTML attributes, but these are some of the most commonly used ones. It’s important to note that not all attributes are applicable to all HTML elements, and different elements may require different attributes.