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HTML Text Formatting Elements

<b> is a style - we know what "bold" is supposed to look like.

The HTML Text Formatting Element defines bold text, without any extra importance. The tag of bold is <b> and this Text specifies the bold text.  "Bold" <b> is a style.
Here are two Attributes:

Global Attributes: In this Attributes <b>  tag supports the HTML.
Event Attributes: In this Attributes <b> tag also supports the HTML.

Tips: You can also use the CSS "font-weight" property to set bold text.

Default CSS Settings
We will use <b> Element to following default values:

Example


<b>HTML Text Formatting Elements</b>


Result:


HTML Text Formatting Elements


Dear friends do not confuse the <b> element with the <strong>, <em>, or <mark> elements.
Suppose we are writing a paragraph and we need to represents text of certain importance then  we will use this tag <strong>

<em> is the  tag of emphasis , It is <em> puts more emphasis on the text .This <em> tag is use when we write a article.

<mark> element represents the text of certain relevance.
Suppose we are writing a paragraph and we need to highlight the title then we will not use the <b> tag we can use <h1> to <h6>. Style-sheets can change the default style of these elements, with the result that title are not necessarily displayed in bold.

Example:


<h1> Yoga As Non - sectarian Technology</h1>
<p> To see a world in a grain of sand and heave in a wild flower. These archaic today.</p>


Result:


Yoga As Non - sectarian Technology

 To see a world in a grain of sand and heave in a wild flower. These archaic today.



<p>
  This article describes several <b>text-level</b> elements. It explains their usage in an <b>HTML</b> document.  
</p>


The default style of the <b> element, like in bold.

Result:



This article describes several text-level elements. It explains their usage in an HTML document.  



We want to highlight important words and give feeling to your text then we need to place the bold tag inside other elements like this code.

Example:


<p><b>Don't</b> do that</p>


Result:


Don't do that


A good example of news paper where place name be in bold after starts the paragraph.

Example:


<b>New Delhi:</b> Delhi government launches online application portal for Higher Education and Skill Development Guarantee scheme on Monday.
<p><b> Mumbai:</b> The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), in its action plan for 2016-2017


Result:


New Delhi: Delhi government launches online application portal for Higher Education and Skill Development Guarantee scheme on Monday.

Mumbai: The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), in its action plan for 2016-2017


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