<small>: the side comment element
<small> HTML element represents side-comments and small print, like copyright and legal text, independent of its styled presentation. By default, it renders text within it one font-size smaller, such as from
|Content categories||Flow content, phrasing content|
|Permitted content||Phrasing content|
|Tag omission||None, must have both a start tag and an end tag.|
|Permitted parents||Any element that accepts phrasing content, or any element that accepts flow content.|
|Implicit ARIA role||No corresponding role|
|Permitted ARIA roles||Any|
This element only includes the global attributes.
<p>This is the first sentence. <small>This whole sentence is in small letters.</small> </p>
<p>This is the first sentence. <span style="font-size:0.8em">This whole sentence is in small letters.</span> </p>
<small> element, like the
<i> elements, may be perceived to violate the principle of separation between structure and presentation, all three are valid in HTML5. Authors are encouraged to use their best judgement when determining whether to use
<small> or CSS.
|HTML Standard (HTML)|
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