HTML uses a markup language with tags representing formatting characteristics like bold, italics and more, but it also embeds or links images, embeds or links external documents or files.
When you're writing a paragraph, you may want to use italics, create headers, use a marquee with scrolling text, create a new paragraph, or insert a form.
Even basic elements like <i> and <b>, which used to signify "italics" and "bold", have been replaced by <em> (emphasis) and <strong>.
The simplest formatting tags are bold <strong>, italics <em> and a tag to identify a new paragraph <p>.
For best results, change things around when you can (see italics) or alternate with other exercises altogether.
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Certain of these relations are here summarized (the starting substance is in italics): l-Glucose f- 1-arabinose --- l-mannose - l-mannoheptose; glucononose fa-gluco-octose F - a-glucoheptose f- d-glucose - 0-glucoheptose - > /-gluco-octose; d-mannose--> d-mannoheptose--> manno-octose--> mannononose; d-glucose --> d-arabinose - i d-erythrose.
His first great work, Lectures on Quaternions (Dublin, 1852), is almost painful to read in consequence of the frequent use of italics and capitals.
The two words are printed in italics, and may be followed by the name of the author who first described the species.
Small capitals denote differences from Roman Catholic, italics differences from Protestant doctrine.