HTML kbd tag

The HTML <kbd> tag represents user input. For example, text that the user should enter into their computer/device.

Note that the <kbd> tag is not to be confused with the <input> tag (which creates a form control for the user to provide input). The <kbd> tag is used when a document simply needs to display text that the user should enter into their keyboard (for any number of reasons). For example, the <kbd> tag could be used in a list of instructions for connecting to a network from your computer.

<h1>Register a Domain Name</h1>
<ol>
<li>Open your browser</li>
<li>Type <kbd>zappyhost.com</kbd> into your browser address bar</li>
<li>Enter your domain name into the search field (eg, <kbd>example.com</kbd>)</li>
<li>If available, follow the prompts.</li>
</ol>

Eg. :

Register a Domain Name

  1. Open your browser
  2. Type zappyhost.com into your browser address bar
  3. Enter your domain name into the search field (eg, example.com)
  4. If available, follow the prompts.