Typology and HTML Elements

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HTML Element Tag Tests

Here is the address for Automatic, using the <address> tag:

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United States

This is an example of an <anchor> (otherwise known as a link). This abbr. is an example of an <abbr> tag in the middle of a sentence. Here is a TLA showing off the <acronym> tag. What, you want to see some over-sized text using the <big> tag? Can you cite a reference for that, using the <cite> tag? Have you noticed that all of the tag names are displayed in code-form, using the <code> tag? Similarly, I could emulate keyboard text, using the <kbd> text tag, or emulate teletype text using the <tt> tag.

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Oh no! I wrote something incorrectly. I’d better delete it, using the <del> tag. I could alternately strike something out using the <strike> tag, or strike something out using the <s> tag. So many choices, which I emphasize using the <em> tag. Just to clarify, this is some inserted text, that I’ll highlight using the <ins> tag.

Need to display completely unformatted text, such as a large block of code? Use the <pre> tag, which lets you display:

#container {
	float: left;
	margin: 0 -240px 0 0;
	width: 100%;

Want to quote the WordPress tagline Code is Poetry? Use the <q> tag to add quotes around it. This is strong text (otherwise known as bold), using the <strong> tag.

Need to write H2O or E = MC2? You may find great use for subscripting text using the <sub> tag, or for superscripting text using the <sup> tag. Need to call out a variable? Use the <var> tag.