The 6 content card of HTML

A content card signifies a content segment that can standalone.

The 6 kinds of content cards are as follows:

HTML uses the following 7 elements to create content cards:

article element

An article element signifies an independent segment of a document.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<article></article>

figure element

A figure element signifies an independent content object.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<figure></figure>

figcaption element

A figcaption element provides a caption for a figure element.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<figcaption></figcaption>

nav element

A nav element signifies a set of independent links.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<nav></nav>

address element

An address element signifies the contact information of either an independent section or the document.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<address></address>

blockquote element

A blockquote element signifies an independent segment from another document.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<blockquote></blockquote>

div element

A div element signifies a generic standalone content segment.

The syntax is a non-void element that expects the following attributes and child elements:

<div></div>