Styling all the elements

One of the great things about using a theme framework is that just about everything has been thought of, especially when it comes to handling all the elements that you might think to use. Solid element styling is the foundation of any good theme though.

I am the a tag example.

I am the abbr tag example.

I am the acronym tag example.

I am the strong tag example.

I am the big tag example.

I am the small tag example.

I am the cite tag example.

I am the code tag example.

I am the del tag example.

I am the ins tag example.

I am the dfn tag example.

I am the em tag example.

I am the samp tag example.

I am the sub tag example.

I am the sup tag example.

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One response to “Styling all the elements”

  1. Nấm Mèo

    Good job! :)

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