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Lost Student (talkcontribs)

As always, I appreciate all of your contributions here. Thanks! I've noticed that in a few case briefs, you've used header tags (multiple equal signs) to emphasize text.

Unfortunately, that usage could confuse vision-impaired users or machine-learning page scrapers because headers normally signal the start of a new section on the page.

Instead, please emphasize text by using the following:

  • bold text (by inserting ''' before and after the text to emphasize)
  • big text (by inserting the text within big tags, like: <big>big text</big>)
  • any size text using styles (by inserting the text within span tags, like: <span style="font-size: 150%;">any size text using styles</span>)

You can also combine bold with the size modifiers, like: Really big and bold

Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks again!

DeRien (talkcontribs)


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