In HTML there are many cases in which the browser gets confused while rendering the page. In HTML the less-than sign ( < ) means the opening of some tag and if we place an element an after it like ‘a’ or ‘h’ then browser identifies them as an anchor and heading tab respectively. Similar is the case with some special character including less than, at the rate (@), front and backslash, etc.
Example of Problem: This example is an illustration of the problem caused when the HTML text is not converted to the special format.
The part b<a is problematic. The browser understands it as anchor tags. Similar is the case with b<h
Solution 1: One way to solve it is to manually by putting special symbols in the pace of the respective special character which is problematic. But for very heavy websites it is very difficult to draw all the characters and then render it in HTML.
If b < a and ab < h then b < h.
If b<a and a<h then b<h
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