Pls..give me the difference between <b>,&<strong>

29th Jun 2016, 2:58 AM
paperinflames - avatar
7 Answers
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<b> stands for presentationally bold, while <strong> stands for semantically emphasized text. <b> refer to style. If you use <b> it means you want the text to look bold purely for stylistic reasons. You would use <strong> if you wanted that bit of text to look bold and have emphasis. That means it’s an important piece of information. There is no visual difference. They look exactly the same. The difference comes with text-to-speech programs, often used by blind people.
29th Jun 2016, 3:52 AM
Kashif Hashmi
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In most browsers, they would do the same thing. In HTML5 <strong> tells the browser that the text is important text. <b> means this is bold text. Most browsers would make important text bold though, and this is why they seem to be exactly the same thing.
29th Jun 2016, 4:03 AM
Daniel Chukwuji
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mekaai ban <b> kiyanne bold wenawa.<strong> bold and emphasize wenaawa. emphasize kiyanne bold wela poddak waters Loku hari fade wena eka echcharai
29th Jun 2016, 10:47 AM
Ramesha Geethan
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both are almost same ..but..is there any difference?
29th Jun 2016, 3:11 AM
paperinflames - avatar
there is no difference. They both result in making a text bold. Its a matter if which one you prefer I guess. Hope this helped.
29th Jun 2016, 3:15 AM
Noor Abdikadir
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One is strong and the other is bold. You can be bold as a tag but its better to be strong. People respect strong tags more than bold. Also strong can bench lift more weight than bold because bold isn't strong its just bold. Hope that helped.
7th Jul 2016, 12:31 AM
Erick Hayes
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<b> makes the text go bold while the tag <strong> makes it bol signifying Being important just as the tag <em>
15th Nov 2017, 5:12 PM
Dhirendra sahu