HTML i tag

The HTML <i> tag represents text in an alternate voice or mood, or otherwise offset from the normal prose.

Prior to HTML5, the <i> element was used for presentational purposes only (i.e. to style text in italics), however, HTML5 gave a specific semantic purpose to the element. Although browsers typically still style <i> elements in italics, you should not use the <i> tag specifically for this purpose. To style text in italics, you should use the CSS font-style property.

Also, the <i> should not be used to convey stress emphasis. To markup text with stress emphasis, you should use the <em>.

<p>The <i>A Bracket</i> stops the axle moving back and forward in relation to the body of the vehicle.</p>

Eg. :

The A Bracket stops the axle moving back and forward in relation to the body of the vehicle.