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HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language

Part 3: Bold and Italics

  1. From Part 3. Your code so far from Part 2 should look like the following:

  3. BOLD
    Text can be accented in many different ways. The first of these is BOLD.
    Bold is symbolized by a <b> in front of the text you want bold, and a </b> at the end of the area you want bold. Inserting text into your file that is surrounded by the bold tag will accentuate the text. This text is bold. This text is normal.
    Text can be made to stand out by using ITALICS. This causes the text to slant. The tag is a simple <i> in front of hte text that you want italicized and a </i> at the end of the text you want italicized. 
    This text is in italics. This text is not.
    Text can also be made to stand out by using the UNDERLINING text. The tag for this is <u> </u> and is used similar to the bold and italics. Many web designers do not use this tag often since the underline is perceived on the web as a hyperlink.
    This text is underlined. This text is not.
    Often 2 or three of these are used together.
    Let's insert these into our html
    Notice where I put the <i> and <b>

    This code should appear like this:

    My very first html page

    Welcome to my html page
    where I am showing my html skills

    I want to learn everything I can about html
    So I can make coolweb pages

    Put this code into your notepad and save it as HTML to view it
    Now that you have seen some Font effects, let's look at a complete
    list of effects available on the next page
    Play around with these, then go on to lesson 4.



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