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Of the six heading levels available, you should aim to use no more than three per page, unless you feel it is necessary This is a <span> element. It has no semantics. You use it to wrap content when you want to apply CSS to it (or do something to it with JavaScript) without giving it any extra meani
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  • Of the six heading levels available, you should aim to use no more than three per page, unless you feel it is necessary
  • This is a <span> element. It has no semantics. You use it to wrap content when you want to apply CSS to it (or do something to it with JavaScript) without giving it any extra meaning
  • In HTML we use the <strong> (strong importance) element to mark up such instances
  • The situation with <b>, <i>, and <u> is somewhat more complicated
  • Preferably, you should use a single <h1> per page—this is the top level heading

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