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HTML Citation Tutorial
Browser SupportThe citation tag allows you to cite sources and references. It's rendered in italic text in most browsers, but the style can be changes using CSS.
Using a citation is easy:
Here's an example of cited text:
» Statistics compiled from the 2004 US Census Report
Other HTML tags that generally render text in italics include:
<i> italic <em> emphasis <dfn> definition <var> variable
This concludes the HTML Citation Tag Tutorial.
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