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These texts doesn't contains formatting, margin, padding, allign, css, inline-styles or rules other than those explicitly indicated.
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Examples texts to verify your code and style sheets CSS
(this is the H1)

Copy/paste this text on your web pages and verify your formatting results.
(this is H2)

H3 as an important text

H4 as a less important text

H5 as a very less important text, do you think it could be useful?
H6 as an extreme less important text, don't use it

This is a sample of <p> text, the normal text paragraph, with an example of a link.

These texts doesn't contains formatting, margin, padding, allign, css, inline-styles or rules other than those explicitly indicated.
You can copy/paste in your CMS or in your editor to verify that you have defined all the CSS rules needed.

Here start a new paragraph <p> with its typical line spacing and then some fake text and another new example of link, to verify how it appears in the page.
This new line of text was due a Line Break <br>, with its typical minor line spacing, and then some fake text and another new example of link, to verify how it appears in the page.

Talking about <p>, this is a <strong> Strong example of text, different from this <b> Bold example of text.

This one is an <i> Italic part of text, different fron the <em> Emphatised example of text.

This is a an example of an adress <adress> Lorem Ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit.
This is a an example of a preformat <pre> sometimes used to show code and other technical stuff.

This is a an example of a preformat <cite> something similar of the "title of an opera", a name or some words in a paragraph text.
This is a an example of a preformat <dfn>, a "definition term", usually a technical term, sometimes with a link to find the meaning in an legend.

This instead is a "Body Text", not a <p>, and this is an example of a link. This is not the correct way to write texts.

Now a Horizontal Rule <hr> will follow as a divider:

This list that follow is an Ordered list <ol>:

  1. The argument 1 and an example of a link
    1. The argument 1.1 and an example of a link
    2. The argument 1.2
      1. The argument 1.2.1 and an example of a link
      2. The argument 1.2.2
    3. The argument 1.3
  2. The argument 2
  3. The argument 3

This other list is an Un-ordered list <ul>:


Now follow a simple image:
the alt text of the example image

An image in a link(href):
the alt text of the example image




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