Just like Microsoft Word has the ability to create subscript and superscript text, the same can be achieved in HTML. The <sub> and <sup> tags are a simple addition to your list of tags — they are not included in the CAT curriculum.

HTML Code:Renders as:
H<sub>2</sub>0H2O
x<sup>2</sup>x2
Sub- and superscript examples

I always suggest that learners create a footer with a copyright symbol and their name on all their HTML pages:

<footer>
    <p><sup>&copy;</sup>Initial Surname</p>
</footer>

By MisterFoxOnline

CAT Educator

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