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Empty Elements
Some HTML elements do not contain any element content, meaning there is literally nothing
between the opening and closing tag, neither text, nor other elements. However, these ele-
ments can still contain attributes. Examples or empty HTML elements are the <img> ele-
ment, which contains information about how to display an image, and the <br> element,
which simply indicates a line break.
The empty elements can be written regularly with opening and closing tags, for example as
<br></br>. HTML allows the option to combine both tags simply by including the closing
forward slash right before the right angle bracket of the opening tag, for example <br />.
In HTML5, the closing tag is no longer a requirement for empty elements and can be fully
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