The <u> tag in HTML stands for underline and it’s used to underline the text enclosed within the <u> tag. This tag is generally used to underline misspelled words. This tag requires a starting as well as ending tag.
<u> Contents... </u>
Note: This tag in depreciated from HTML 4.1 and redefined in HTML 5.
Below examples illustrates the <u> tag in HTML:
Example 2: Alternate way of <u> tag to underline the text.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by <u> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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