Positioning and Design

Text Formatting

Basic formatting techniques like this have minimal uses, but are convenient for some tasks or when you're in a pinch.

These tags can be used inside Text Tags like <p> and <h#> to style them.

<b> Makes text Bold </b>

<i> Makes text Italic </i>

<del> Strikethrough </del>

<sub> Subscript </sub> and <sup> Superscript </sup>

The style attribute is like using CSS without need a designated Class or CSS File set up, its easy shorthand.
Using the <span> tag, or putting the style attribute in something like a <div> or <p>, like
<span style="color: black; background-color: rgb(252, 0, 210); text-decoration: underline;">
Lets me change the font color to black, the element's background color to pink, and also underline the element, all with a single attribute.

Alternatively, making this a Class called .pink and replacing the style attribute with class="pink" would do the same thing.

Linking CSS and Bootstrap

CSS and Bootstrap are the main way to design a website. Besides being helpful for organization, they are much better for positioning and properly formatting websites to make them look more "professional" and less like a scam site.