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<h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <h5>, <h6>
Function Define one of six levels of headers
align , class , dir , id , lang , onClick ,
onDblClick , onKeyDown , onKeyPress , onKeyUp ,
onMouseDown , onMouseMove , onMouseOut ,
onMouseOver , onMouseUp , style , title
</h1> , </h2> , </h3> , </h4> , </h5> , </h6> ; never
End tag
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The text enclosed within a heading typically is rendered by the browser
uniquely, depending upon the display technology available to it. The
browser may choose to center, format in boldface, enlarge, italicize, un-
derline, or change the color of headings to make each stand out within
the document. And in order to thwart the most tedious writers, often
users themselves can alter how a browser renders the different headings.
Fortunately, in practice most browsers use a diminishing character point
size for the sequence of headers so that <h1> text is quite large and <h6>
text is quite minuscule (see Figure 4-3 , for example).
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