HTML - TT (Teletype) and KBD (Keyboard) Tag

HTML (Teletype) Element The content of a element is written in monospaced font (like that of a teletype machine). provides no semantic information about the text it encloses. It is purely used for text formatting purposes. is short for teletype, and instructs the browser to render the text similar to that produced by old-style teletype machines, which is understood to be a fixed-width (monospace) font.

HTML <TT> (Teletype) Element 

The content of a <tt> element is written in monospaced font (like that of a teletype machine).

<tt> provides no semantic information about the text it encloses. It is purely used for text formatting purposes.

<tt> is short for teletype, and instructs the browser to render the text similar to that produced by old-style teletype machines, which is understood to be a fixed-width (monospace) font.

HTML Code:

the following word will appear in <tt> monospaced</tt> font.

Output:

the following word will appear in a monospaced font.

HTML <kbd> Element. 

The <kbd> element is used for text typed on a keyboard. If when talking about a computer, you want to tell a reader to enter some text, you can use the <kbd> element to indicate what should be typed.

HTML Code

<p> The shortcut key for bold the text <kbd>ctrl</kbd>and<kbd>b</kbd> </p>

HTML Output

The shortcut key for bold the text ctrl and b
You can see above the word ctrl and b are displayed in monospaced font after using <kbd> element. The content of the <kbd> element is usually represented in a monospaced font, rather like a <code> element. 

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