Style tags

January 2017

What's a style tag?

Style tags modify the typography of the text. They can overlap with other style tags, as with word processing programs.
Here is a list of style tags recognised by most browsers (although some of which may produce identical effects in certain browsers):

Style Tag Visual Effect
<ABBREV> Abbreviation
<ACRONYM> Acronym
<AU> Author
<B> Creates bold text
<BIG> Larger font
<BLINK> Blinking text (Netscape only)
<CITE> Citation
<CODE> Instructions (programming code)
<DEL> Shows text that had been deleted
<DFN> Definition of a term
<EM> Emphasis
<I> Italics
<INS> New text inserted here
<KBD> Shows exactly how characters should be typed
<PERSON> Accents a person's name
<Q> Encloses text in quote marks
<S> Strikethrough
<SAMP> Example
<SMALL> Smaller font
<STRONG> Renders text in bold
<STRIKE> Strikethrough (same as S)
<SUB> Text insubscript
<SUP> Text insuperscript
<TT> For writing computer code
<VAR> Name of a variable


Etiquetas de estilo
Etiquetas de estilo
Les balises de style
Les balises de style
I tag di stile
I tag di stile
As balizas de estilo
As balizas de estilo
Zapis szesnastkowy
Zapis szesnastkowy
Latest update on October 16, 2008 at 09:43 AM by Jeff.
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