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Think semantic markup
Separating content & presentation
<p>Making the World Wide Web <i>worldwide</i></p>
Making the World Wide Web worldwide .
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Try to use semantically valid markup where it exists.
Avoid using the <i> element, use the <em> element instead, if you are wanting to apply a different look because the text is emphasized.