This HTML usage data comes from 11.3 million index pages gathered from top twenty Google results,
for about 30 million keywords - chosen by keyword volume. To learn more about this data, visit the FAQ section.
Apparently, an average web page uses thirty-two different element types:
The thirty-two elements used on most pages, ordered by appearance frequency:
The html, which is known as the root element, wraps the contents of a web page
and it can be found immediately after the doctype declaration. Metadata contains information
about the page like styles, scripts and data to help search engines or browsers to use and
render the page.
Web Components is an HTML-related technology which makes it possible to, essentially, create
and use custom elements as if it were regular HTML. In addition, you can even create custom
versions of standard HTML elements, as well.
These are old HTML elements which are deprecated and should not be used. You should never use
them in new projects, and should replace them in old projects as soon as you can. They are
listed here for informational purposes only.