B is for bold

b

The "b" element is for stylistically treating a word or phrase as being somehow different from the rest, by using a heavier font weight than the surrounding text.

Possible uses might include key words in an abstract, product names in a review, etc.

The "b" element may be used for any span of text whose typographic presentation should be emboldened.

Here embolden is not the same as importance as used in the "strong" element.

Examples

Diagram item #1 <<b Wheel rim>> part number <<b PN-234-98705>>.    
Diagram item #2 <<b Tire>> part number <<b PN-234-98994>>.
Diagram item #3 <<b Cotter pin>> part number <<b PN-234-98667>>.
The b element used for embolding

See also

i
The "i" element is for stylistically treating a word or phrase as being somehow different from the rest, by using an italicized variant of the font.
em
The "em" element is for emphasizing a word or phrase within a sentence, suggesting that the reader should use an emphatic tone of voice.
strong
The "strong" element is for indicating that a word or phrase within a sentence has strong importance, urgency or seriousness.

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