HTML i Tag

Italics in HTMLItalics in HTML can be rendered using the HMTL i tag <i>.

Apart from displaying Italics in HTML the i <i> tag in HTML can also be used to indicate a foreign language, a quotation or any name.

HTML i Tag <i> is a closed tag and needs to be closed via closing HTML i tag </i>.

Syntax of writing Italics in HTML using HTML i tag

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Example of writing Italics in HMTL using HTML i tag

HTML i Tag Code Output
[sourcecode language=”html”]<br />
&lt;p&gt; The name of my puppy is &lt;/p&gt;<br />
&lt;i&gt;Miss. Beautiful &lt;/i&gt; &lt;p&gt; because she is too cute&lt;/p&gt;<br />
The name of my puppy is
Miss. Beautiful
because she is too cute

Here in the above HTML i tag example we can see that the name of the puppy “Miss. Beautiful” is displayed in italics and that’s how we can write Italics in HTML.

Note:  HTML i tag should be used only when nothing else from below list can be used.

  1. <em>
  2. <strong>
  3. <mark>
  4. <cite>
  5. <dfn>

HTML i Tag supports all HTML Global Attributes and HTML Event Attributes.

HTML i Tag Supporting Browsers

S. No. Browser Supported(Yes/No)
1 Internet Explorer Yes
2 Firefox Yes
3 Google Chrome Yes
4 Opera Yes
5 Safari Yes

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