For non textual markups presentation (basically stuff that doesn’t modify the actual characters itself):
Translatable to HTML tags (Has direct correspondence to the semantic meaning of a html tag):
- Striked Through:
--striked through text--
<s>striked through text</s>
CSS representation for those that are mostly presentational or has no tag associated.
<em class="underline" >underlined text</em>
<strong class="underline" >underlined text</strong>
>>! Spoiler Text !<<
- spoiler syntax thread
<span class="spoiler" >Spoiler Text</span>
For reviewing purpose please refer to Reviewing Markups instead
Potential HTML tags
Researching on html tags that best matches these concepts
The HTML Underline Element (
<u>) renders text with an underline, a line under the baseline of its content.
yea I know it ment for misspelt words and emphasis on certain Chinese letters. Well in this case, screw W3, it makes an underline and has always been in html’s history. ( APNG FTW btw)
Highlight parts of a text:
<p>Do not forget to buy <mark>milk</mark> today.</p>
Mark up text that is no longer correct:
<p><s>My car is blue.</s> My new car is silver.</p>
My car is blue.My new car is silver.