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Here is a list of codes that are available, where you can use and how to use them to put in text form. All labels must day and formatting should be an opening and a closing, to work properly. You must start the sentence with a start tag and < >, if you need to terminate your specified style with the endtag / < >. What it is, between these tags will be displayed in the specified style. The opening tag of the < > is bold and tag the closing < / strong >. It can be used as the opening and the < /b > tag < b > as the closing tag. When the end tag is not used then the text in bold. The opening of the tags is underline < u >, and that is end tag < text your ex back loveshack / u >. If you use not the end tag, and then the underlined text you see. Also known as focus requires < em > opening tag and the tag is/am < >. You can also < i > as a start tag and < /i > as the end tag. If the closing tag is not used, Alltext in italics will be shown. < SUP > and the closing tag < / sub > is the name of the index. If the closing tag is not used, then the entire text appear in superscript. Opening for < sup > is Apex label and tag the closing < / sup >. If the closing tag is not used, then the entire text appear in superscript. They are used to back a piece of text, typically a date in other texts. Applications: BLOCKQUOTE > < my nested text < / BLOCKQUOTE >. Then use the two terms with format for this type of ie. < strong > > < you and stop style > < / u < / strong >. The opening < strike > strike tag and the closing tag > < / strike. If the closing tag is not used, the entire text will be shown crossed. The opening to the focus < div align = Center > tag and the closing tag < / div >. If the closing tag is not used, any text after the opening tag is displayed centered. The ordered lists, the code should be the following < OL > must end in the format < ol >, < li > enter between these two codes, which should conclude with the format < / li >. Example < OL > li > < 1. An element < / li) 2 > < > it. Two < / li voice) > < li > 3. 3 element < / li) > < / ol > example. There is also the list of simple format by using ul > < ul > < and at the end of the < OL > < / ol > otherwise. with assorted lists each entry by example < li > > < must be surrounded / li. . . . . .