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HTML Sup Tag Tutorial
Browser SupportThe HTML sup tag allows you to place superscripted text on your web page.
What is superscripted text?
It's scripted text that is just super! Okay, just kidding . . . sort of.
Superscript is where text is placed higher than the text baseline. The most common use of this online (that I've seen) is with numerical positions, such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd and so forth—or maybe I should say, and so 4th.
Here's how to code superscript text:
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