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Q&A What html tags can we use in posts?

2 answers  ·  posted 2y ago by Moshi‭  ·  last activity over 1 year ago by deleted user

#1: Initial revision by user avatar Moshi‭ · 2020-08-21T23:07:08Z (about 2 years ago)
What html tags can we use in posts?
So, I finally got around to looking at [the second Review Panel draft](https://meta.codidact.com/q/277346), and was surprised by the ability to make collapsible sections in posts. From the comments, I wasn't the only one.

> Whoa, whoa, whoa, slow down, you can make collapsable sections? Tell me that if posts support any form of HTML coding, that at least CSS and JS are screened so that users can't just arbitrarily execute code on the browser page.
— DonielF

> @DonielF Yes via `<details>` for everything and within that `<summary>` for the title. And no, not everything goes. There is a whitelist. :D
— luap42

This is really just me satisfying my own curiosity, but what specifically is allowed on the site? I mean, obviously not script tags or any other security breaking tags, but what about other feature tags like `<details>`?