HTML <progress> Tag


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The <progress> Tag in HTML 5

<progress> Tag Syntax

Rules for coding HTML progress elements

<progress> Tag Attributes

Attributes of the <progress> tag
global attributes In addition to the personal attributes of the <progress> tag below, any of the common HTML attributes can also be coded.

<progress> Tag Examples

Examples of the progress tag in HTML 5

Changes in HTML 5 - <progress> Tag

What's new in HTML 5

The <progress> tag is one of the new elements in HTML 5.

Differences between HTML 5 and earlier versions of HTML

The <progress> tag did not exist in older versions of HTML.

The 2000-2010 Recommendations from the W3C HTML Working Group defined the HTML namespace for the names of all HTML element types, which now includes the progress element name. In older (pre-2000) versions of HTML, element type names were not associated with a namespace.

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