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If necessary, you can introduce an extra span element to hold the style , class , and/or id attributes.
Sometimes the b element does mean something, but what it means is not important. In particular, headlines
are often listed in bold, sometimes with accompanying font tags as well. These should be replaced by the
appropriate level of header: h1 to h6 , and CSS used to reapply the styles. For example, suppose you had this
New York Post classic at the top of the page:
<b>Headless Body Found in Topless Bar</b>
This should become
<h1>Headless Body Found in Topless Bar</h1>
Other cases you should watch out for where bold may not mean importance include
Vector quantities in mathematics, physics, and engineering
Page numbers of drawings in book indexes
These uses are uncommon, and you can usually ignore them. However, if you encounter any of these cases,
turn them into class attributes. For example:
span.vector {font-weight: bold }
||<span class='vector'>x</span>
+ <span class='vector'>y</span>||
||<span class='vector'>x</span>||
+ ||<span class='vector'>y</span>||
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