How to highlight code in text on a web page using HTML?
The HTML provides a separate tag to add programming code snippets to the web page to format them and show them in a different style than normal text. The code text/snippet has a unique styling that can be included using the HTML
Learn about these tags in detail here:
<code> tag is generally used to format a single word or a 2-3 word group which are programming-related keywords, or function names, etc. The
<code> tag uses fixed spacing, letter size, and fonts.
<code> tag can be used to add any variables or any fragments of code.
<code> tag in HTML
Let us include the
<code> tag to add codes to the webpage.
<h2>HTML code tag</h2>
<p> Here in the webpage include <code> printf(), scanf() </code> for sample example</p>
Here is the output of the above program.
<code> tag is used to represent only some phases of code to maximum a single line of code. For adding a large multiple-line code snippet within the webpage, we should use the
Example: Adding multiple line codes in webpage
Here is an example of adding multiple line codes to the webpage using the
Though we can add codes to the
<p> tag. But it will not differentiate between normal text and codes. Use the
<code> tag to style the codes and for multiple lines codes add the
<code> tag within