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Part: IV Text Topics > Using Text Elements Properly

Chapter 40. Using Text Elements Properly

Just about every Web designer has done it at one time or another: using an HTML tag to mark up some text based on how the result looks in a browser instead of what the tag is supposed to mark up. Need a quick line of bold text? Who among us hasn't been at least tempted to reach for a header tag, even if the text in question doesn't really function as a header? Need to add some whitespace? The blockquote tag does the trick, even when you aren't trying to format an offset quote.


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