Page version: 2
Tag: EM, STRONG, DFN, CODE, SAMP, KBD, VAR, CITE, ABBR, ACRONYM, SUB, SUP.
What: These tags are "structural informations" of texts fragments, supposed to be better than italic, bold and underline font styles to render texts accuratly. Most browsers use font style for these.
How: Each sample text style should match its description. In curly bracket, a proposed equivalent behavior (from me, don't think it's an actual html spec).
Status: [xxx] indicate the style Dillo v0.3.1 is currently using.

emphasis <EM> Indicates emphasis. [italic] {italic}
stronger emphasis <STRONG> Indicates stronger emphasis. [bold] {bold}
citation or reference <CITE> Contains a citation or a reference to other sources. [italic] {italic}
the defining instance <DFN> Indicates that this is the defining instance of the enclosed term. [italic] {italic or bold italic}
computer code <CODE> Designates a fragment of computer code. [teletype] {teletype}
sample output <SAMP> Designates sample output from programs, scripts, etc. [teletype] {teletype italic}
text to be entered <KBD> Indicates text to be entered by the user. [teletype] {teletype bold italic}
instance of a variable <VAR> Indicates an instance of a variable or program argument. [italic] {teletype bold}
abbreviated form <ABBR> Indicates an abbreviated form (e.g., WWW, HTTP, URI, Mass., etc.). [none] {none or bold}
acronym <ACRONYM> Indicates an acronym (e.g., WAC, radar, etc.). [none] {none}

<SUB> : H2O [not rendered as subscripts]
<SUP> : E = mc2 [not rendered as superscripts]