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how do i make words bold, itallic, underlined, and strikeout?

The codes that make your wrting either bold, or underlined, or itallic is waht i mean.


then what is the code to make the rest go back to normal. Like if i only want one word bold.

3 Answers

  • McFate
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    In HTML?

    <b> bold </b>

    <i> italic </i>

    <u> underline </u>

    <s> strikeout </s>

    In BBCode (some forums use this)?

    [b] bold [/b]

    [i] italic [/i]

    [u] underline [/u]

    [s] strikeout [/s] (not always supported)

    The "closing tag" (same as the opening tag but with a slash in it) is what makes the font go back to normal. The change only impacts stuff in between the tags:

    not bold <b> bold </b> not bold

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  • 1 decade ago

    That really depends on what program you are using. With Microsoft products it is as easy as highlighting the word or words and clicking on the icon located on the menu bar.

    To be honest with you, I don't know of any Windows programs that still use ASCII codes anymore. That stuff was used in the old days of DOS when Word Perfect was the king of Word Processors.

    Captain Computer

    PS, Oops, please disregard, I thought that you were referring to word processing, not HTML.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    IT is under font and just play with it. if it is a website it may not offer it The font immage might look like this F or somthing like that

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