HTML Tags

The tables below outline which tags will be stripped or accepted when placed in our content editor – or used with our API.

All = Every attribute is kept on the tag
None = Every attribute is stripped from the tag
Partial = Certain attributes are kept on the tag (listed in the attributes column)

Note: This content applies to the Original Writer’s Interface only.

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Accepted

 

Tag All None Partial Attributes/Notes
<!DOCTYPE html>
<a> “href”, “title”, “class”
<b> (converted to <strong>)
<blockquote>
<br/>
<div> “class”, “style”, “contenteditable”, “data-src”
<em>
<h3> “class”
<i> (converted to <em>)
<iframe> “src”, “width”, “height”
<img> “src”
<input>
<li>
<object>
<ol>
<p> “class”
<param>
<span> “class”
<strong>
<ul> “class”

 

 

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Stripped

 

<abbr>

<acronym>

<address>

<applet>

<area>

<article>

<aside>

<audio>

<base>

<basefont>

<bdi>

<bdo>

<big>

<body>

<button>

<canvas>

<caption>

<center>

<cite>

<code>

<code>

<col>

<colgroup>

<command>

<datalist>

<dd>

<del>

<details>

<dfn>

<dir>

<dl>

<dt>

<figcaption>

<font>

<footer>

<form> **

<h1>

<h2>

<h4>

<h5>

<h6>

<head>

<hr/>

<ins>

<kbd>

<link>

<map>

<menu>

<meta>

<option>

<samp>

<script>

<source>

<style>

<summary>

<table>

<td>

<th>

<title>

<tr>

<var>

**Note: Closing </form> is not stripped