HTML – EM Tag, INS and Strike Tag
HTML em Tag
The html em tag is used to add emphasis to a word or phrase. The emphasized text is rendered in italics in most browsers.
Previously some browsers won’t display the italics while using the em tag.
The emphasis tag was meant to provide emphasis to the text. It is also widely used for text formatting.
The em tag is the pair tag it starts tag and closing <em> </em>. It works like an italics tag.
The text is <em>emphasized.</em> Meant to provide <em>emphasis to text.</em>
The text is emphasized. Meant to provide emphasis to text.
You can use CSS to give the new style to em tag.
HTML <ins> Tag
The HTML <ins> tag is used to indicate newly inserted text. Inserted text can be useful in determining differences between multiple versions of the same document.
Browsers will normally underline inserted text and strike a line through the deleted text.
Attributes of <ins> Tag
- cite – URL Specifies a URL or a document
- datetime YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSTZD Specifies a Date and Time Changed.
<p> The HTML is Client Side <ins>Scripting</ins> Programming <ins>Language</ins></p>
The HTML is Client Side Programming
HTML <s> and <strike> Element.
The content of an <s> or <strike> element is displayed with a strike through, which is a thin line through the text (<s> is just the abbreviated from of <strike>).
The following <strike>word</strike> would have a <s>strikethrough</s>
wordwould have a strikethrough
In HTML5 <strike> tag is not supported instead of <strike> tag we use <del> tag in HTML5.
Both the <s> and <strike> elements are deprecated, although they are still supported by current browsers.