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Use the element that displays text in italic to add emphasis to the words "HTML Basics". I can't just use the <i> tag?
I'm not sure what to add. I know the strong tag adds emphasis, but not by making it Italic. Not sure what to do!
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>HTML Text</title> </head> <body> <p>Mike's favorite course is HTML Basics</p> <p> <strong>Mike T. Frog</strong><br> 100 Lilypad Way<br> Portland, OR 97227 </p> </body> </html>
While the <i> tag does make text italic, the challenge says "emphasis", so it's going to be picky about how you go about it. It's looking for the <em> tag (emphasis).
There's an explanation of the semantic difference between <i> and <em> here, if you're interested.
Use the <em></em> tags in this example.