3.1. Physical Character Styles
These elements specify the type of font or character style that should be applied to the enclosed text. They can be used almost anywhere, with a few exceptions such as the TITLE and labels of SUBMIT. Character styles can be nested to compose styles for bold-italic, an underlined fixed-width font, a large, green, bold, italic, strike-through font, and so forth.
|HTML Element:||<B> ... </B>|
The B element instructs the browser to use a bold version of the current font for the enclosed text. This rendering can be overridden by the use of style sheets (see Chapter 5 for details).
|HTML Element:||<I> ... </I>|
The I element instructs the browser to use italics for the enclosed text.