<small> tag renders text with a smaller font. The text size is one point-size smaller than the default text size.
<small> tag that renders text with a smaller font size.
The wattpad.com website has a section on shrinking stories.
<p>The wattpad.com website has a section on <small>shrinking stories</small>.</p>
<small> tag is used to display smaller text.
This element is displayed one font-size smaller then the default font.
<small> element with copyright information.
Please join us coming Saturday.
All materials © Copyright 2021 SNL.
<p>Please join us coming Saturday.</p> <p><small>All materials © Copyright 2021 SNL.</small></p>
<small> element has no attributes, but it does accept global attributes.
The following are commonly used.
|id||value||Provides the small element with a unique identifier.|
|class||classnames||Assigns one or more classnames to the small element.|
|style||CSS-values||Assigns CSS style values to the small element.|
For additional global attributes see our global attributes list.
<small> element is used to mark side comments.
For example, copyright statements or licensing information located in a footer.
<small> is an inline element and should only cover limited pieces of text.
Here is when
<small> support started for each browser: