<small> tag specifies the content you wish to display as small print, like side comments or copyright information.
<p>This is normal sized text.</p> <p><small>© 2020 The Webmaster. All rights reserved.</small></p>
- Both the opening and closing tags are required.
<small>tag is typically used to represent disclaimers, caveats, legal restrictions, or copyrights. It may also be used for attribution, such as satisfying licensing requirements.
<small>tag does not de-emphasize or lower the importance of the text marked by the
<small>tag should not be used for large amounts of text, such as multiple paragraphs, lists, or sections. It should only be used for short runs of text.
- You should not use the
<small>tag on headings, such as
<small>tag makes the text one size smaller than it otherwise would be.
<small> element only supports the Global Attributes.
- If you need to reduce the size of whole paragraphs or content sections, you may wish to consider using the CSS
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