The <i> tag renders text in italics.
The <i> tag defines parts of text as different from the rest, and renders it as italic
Use the <i> tag when no other element can be used, such as <b>, <cite>, <dfn>,
<em>, <q>, <small>, <strong>
None, but in HTML 4.01, there was an understanding that you should use CSS to make italic text.
This is still the case, but in HTML5 you should use the <i> tag to define some part of a
text as a certain type, not only how it renders in the layout.
The <i> tag also supports the Standard
Attributes in HTML5.
The <i> tag also supports the Event Attributes in
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