HTML Formatting

As more and more elements are added to HTML code, minor changes may be required to format those elements. There is a range of formatting tags, which amplify text elements. These tags can add various effects to the plain text, making it bold, italic, underline it etc.
Example:
*Important note: it is recommended not to overload the text with HTML formatting tags. They should better be used separately; italicizing and bold font for the same word will be unnecessary exaggeration. To apply formatting to a block of text, CCS (or Cascading Style Sheets) should be used.
HTML Styles
The style is the HTML attribute, which introduces CSS to the HTML code. Style attribute is used for formatting a block of text in a single style. Styles firstly appeared with HTML 4, as a new method of formatting HTML elements in an easier way. Styles can be introduced to HTML elements in a direct way, by means of the style attribute, or indirectly with the help of CSS.
Style examples:
*Important note: certain tags and attributes are considered as deprecated. It means that these tags and attributes will not be accepted by future versions of HTML/XHTML.
The list of tags that should be avoided:
HTML headings
HTML Paragraphs
HTML Links
HTML Images