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XHTML Tutorial - Commonly Used Inline Elements

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What Are Commonly Used Inline Elements?

Here are some commonly used inline elements:

  • strong - Defining text with a strong emphasis.
  • em - Defining text with an emphasis.
  • code - Defining computer code text.
  • sub - Defining a subscript text.
  • sup - Defining a superscript text.
  • del - Defining text to be treated as deleted text.
  • ins - Defining text to be treated as inserted text.
  • b - Defining the bold font weight to its content.
  • i - Defining the italic font style to its content.
  • tt - Defining a teletype font to its content.
  • big - Defining a bigger font size to its content.
  • small - Defining a smaller font size to its content.
  • br - Defining a line break.
  • script - Defining client-side script code.
  • a - Defining an anchor.
  • img - Defining an image.
  • map - Defining a clickable image map.
  • input - Defining an input field in a form.
  • select - Defining a selection field in a form.
  • textarea - Defining an input text area in a form.
  • label - Defining an input field label in a form.
  • button - Defining an action button in a form.
  • span - Defining a logical group of inline elements and text.

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  1. What Are Inline Elements?
  2. What Are Commonly Used Inline Elements?
  3. What Is a "strong" Tag/Element?
  4. What Is an "em" Tag/Element?
  5. What Is an "code" Tag/Element?
  6. What Are "sub" and "sup" Tags/Elements?
  7. What Are "del" and "ins" Tags/Elements?
  8. What Are "big" and "small" Tags/Elements?
  9. What Is a "br" Tag/Element?
  10. What Is a "script" Tag/Element?
  11. What Are Other Inline Elements?

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