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HTML Attribute HTML attributes are special words which provide additional information about the elements or attributes are the modifier of the HTML element. Each element or tag can have attributes, which defines the behaviour of that element. Attributes should always be applied with start tag. The Attribute should always be applied with its name and value pair. The Attributes name and values are case sensitive, and it is recommended by W3C that it should be written in Lowercase only. You can add multiple attributes in one HTML element, but need to give space between two attributes. Syntax <element attribute_name="value">content</element> Example <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> <h1> This is Style attribute</h1> <p style="height: 50px; color: blue">It will add style property in element</p> <p style="color: red">It will change the color of content</p> </body> </html>