HTML Element Reference

"strong" - html element

  • The STRONG element gives strong emphasis to its contents. Browsers typically renders enclosed text in bold.
  • Starttag <strong> is Required and endtag </strong> is Required
  • You can suggest another rendering using style sheets(CSS 'font-weight' ).
  • For weaker emphasis, use the 'em' element.
  • Browsers that support the strong - element : Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox Opera Google Chrome Apple Safari
Element "strong" example:
<title>Logical Styles</title>
<em>Emphasis</em> looks <i>italic</i>. <br>
<strong>Strong</strong> looks <b>bold</b>. <br>
<code>Code</code> looks like <tt>teletype</tt>. <br>
<samp>Sample</samp> looks like <tt>teletype</tt> too. <br>
<kbd>Keyboard</kbd> also looks like <tt>teletype</tt>. <br>
<var>Variable</var> looks <i>italic</i>. <br>
<dfn>Definition</dfn> also looks <i>italic</i>. <br>
<cite>Cite</cite> is another logical style that looks

class , dir , id , lang , style , title

Attribute "class" value(s): A list of style class names that must be separated by white space characters.
  • This attribute assigns a style class name or set of style class names to an element. Any number of elements may be assigned the same class name or names.
  • You will find more about this in the CSS learning on this site.

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