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Terabyte

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Hello everyone! I'm Terabyte and I'm new to these forums. Currently I'm a newb dev. I decided to join this forum because I want to become a pro coder. With the help of the community someday I'll become a pro. I just started to learn HTML and CSS (We all got to start with the basics). I'm into coding, anime and gaming.
 

Terabyte

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Thank you Alan and gNews! Are there any written guides on learning to code in Htnl and Css here in CodeForum?
 

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Hello everyone! I'm Terabyte and I'm new to these forums. Currently I'm a newb dev. I decided to join this forum because I want to become a pro coder. With the help of the community someday I'll become a pro. I just started to learn HTML and CSS (We all got to start with the basics). I'm into coding, anime and gaming.
Which anime are you into? I just started to watch some, the first one I'm watching is No Guns Life ^-^
 

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What's the difference between <em> <strong> and <b> <i>? What's the proper way of using those types of tags?
I do apologize for missing this! But, I wasn't too sure about this so I had to look into it. I gave a brief look at it but also included a link so you can deep dive.

em - emphasis. Marks text that has stress emphasis. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/em
<b> - bring attention to element. Draws the readers' attention to content. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/b
<i> - used to set off text from normal text . e.g. technical terms, foreign language phrases. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/i
strong - indicates that content has strong importance. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/strong