Document structures

Throughout MDN, there are various document structures that are used repeatedly, to provide consistent presentation of information in MDN articles. Here are articles describing these structures, so that, as an MDN author, you can recognize, apply, and modify them as appropriate for documents you write, edit, or translate.

API references
Client-side JavaScript APIs form a large part of the technology available on the web, and MDN includes extensive reference material to explain what functionality is available in these APIs, and how to use it. In this set of guides we explain how to create API reference material on MDN.
Exemplos live
Exemplos MDN supports turning sample code displayed in articles into running samples the reader can look at in action. These live samples can include HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in any combination.
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