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How do I Make Small Text in Markdown?

Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Standard Markdown does not provide a direct way to create small text or subscript. However, you can achieve this by embedding HTML tags within your Markdown document.

To make small text in Markdown, use the HTML <small> tag around your text.

For example:

<small>This is small text</small>

This will render as: This is small text

Additionally, for subscript text, use the <sub> tag:

Normal text <sub>subscript</sub>

Which renders as: Normal text subscript

Remember, not all Markdown processors support HTML, and the appearance of HTML tags can vary based on the CSS of the viewing platform. Always check your document in the intended environment to ensure it appears as expected.