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 +== HTML tags ==
 +{{main|Help:HTML in wikitext}}
 +You can use some HTML tags, too. However, you should avoid HTML in favor of Wiki markup whenever possible.
 +
 +
 +{| border="1" cellpadding="1"
 +!width="1000"|What it looks like
 +!width="500"|What you type
 +|-
 +|
 +Put text in a <tt>typewriter
 +font</tt>. The same font is
 +generally used for <code>
 +computer code</code>.
 +|<pre>
 +Put text in a <tt>typewriter
 +font</tt>. The same font is
 +generally used for <code>
 +computer code</code>.
 +</pre>
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</pre> </pre>
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-Strike out 
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-<strike> Strike out </strike> 
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-<strike>Strike out</strike> 

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HTML tags

Template:Main You can use some HTML tags, too. However, you should avoid HTML in favor of Wiki markup whenever possible.


What it looks like What you type

Put text in a typewriter font. The same font is generally used for computer code.

Put text in a <tt>typewriter
font</tt>. The same font is 
generally used for <code>
computer code</code>.

Strike out or underline text, or write it in small caps.

<strike>Strike out</strike>
or <u>underline</u> text,
or write it <span style=
"font-variant:small-caps">
in small caps</span>.

Superscripts and subscripts: X2, H2O

Superscripts and subscripts:
X<sup>2</sup>, H<sub>2</sub>O
Centered text
  • Please note the American spelling of "center".
<center>Centered text</center>
* Please note the American spelling of "center".
The blockquote command formats block quotations, typically by surrounding them with whitespace and a slightly different font.
<blockquote>
The '''blockquote''' command ''formats'' block 
quotations, typically by surrounding them 
with whitespace and a slightly different font.
</blockquote>

Invisible comments to editors (<!-- -->) appear only while editing the page.

  • If you wish to make comments to the public, you should usually use the talk page.
Invisible comments to editors (<!-- -->)
appear only while editing the page.
<!-- Note to editors: blah blah blah. -->
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