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Formatting Elements

XHTML provides a host of elements that you can use to change how text is displayed on a browser screen. After all, 12-point Times Roman or Arial gets a little tiring after a while, and it's nice to give a reader an occasional break from a sea of ordinary text.

You can apply formatting instructions at two levels within a document. The first is at the text level, which means you are marking up at least a single character, but often much more than that. The second is at the paragraph or block level, which means you are formatting a specific logical chunk of the document. This section looks at both types of markup, starting with text-level formatting.


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