What is the difference between strong and b tag?
This post was edited by puneetchauhan on Wed, Oct 30, 13 at 7:44
They look the same to me...
I won't pretend to have the language skills to understand this explanation but anyway:
And to add to my confusion, HTML5 apparently redefines the b and i tags to have the semantic meaning it once lacked:
Personally, I'm too lazy and uneducated to understand the difference, except perhaps as it pertains to using a screen-reader, so I use the method with the least keystrokes. I don't design web pages professionally though. If I did, I'd probably start using strong and em and pretend I knew why. :)
Strong tag to make the text bold it also looks bold in most browsers.It is Logical Tag.
Bold tag to make the text bold it does look bold.
The b tags are primarily for visual effect on a page when designing layout.
If You want HTML Tags in Briefly See this link:w3schools.com. here you can get lot of HTML Tags with Example.
"b" is deprecated. So is "I" (use em, instead). That's the difference.