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Chapter 8. Working with Text and Links > Using the SPAN Element

Using the SPAN Element

The SPAN element was first introduced as part of HTML 3.2 to enable Web authors to specify display characteristics for inline content (or “spans” of text). The SPAN element functions purely as a carrier of style information, possessing no display characteristics of its own.

The SPAN element provides a generic inline element in addition to the other specific inline elements (such as the I, B, EM, STRONG, SUP, and SUB elements, for instance).


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