HTML Formatting Guide

HTML Formatting Guide


With the use of HyperText Markup Language, you can make easy to understand topics and replies, the guide is easy to use for everyone.


  • Use <h1> for the main heading of the page. This should be the largest and most prominent heading on the page.
  • Use <h2> for subheadings or section titles within the content. These headings should be slightly smaller than the <h1> heading.
  • Use <h3> to <h6> for sub-subheadings or further divisions within the content, with <h6> being the smallest.


  • Use <p> tags to enclose paragraphs of text. This will automatically create space between paragraphs for better readability.


  • Use <ul> for an unordered list, such as a bulleted list.
  • Use <ol> for an ordered list, such as a numbered list.
  • Use <li> to create list items within <ul> or <ol> tags.


  • Use <a> tags to create hyperlinks. Make sure to include the “href” attribute to specify the URL the link should point to.


By following this guide, you can create well-formatted HTML-formatted topic that is professional and easy to read for users.

Reply to the topic if there are any errors or any loose content.