I'm not sure if this has been suggested yet; I couldn't find any search results, so I'll give it a go.
I'm suggesting to implement the abbr-tag in articles. It would be a lot easier for those who write technical articles to express themselves with abbreviations (e.g. BIOS instead of Basic Input Output System). The HTML5 tag can be found here if you need an example: https://www.w3schools.com/TAGS/tag_abbr.asp
I don't see why this is necessary. If you are writing a technical article, it's normal to explain what the abbreviation means ONCE at the start, then just use the abbreviation after that.
by Rochelle Frank 2 months ago
Someone bought a $579 item yesterday after linking from one of my articles-- and it wasn't a product I was suggesting. Nice surprise bonus.
by canyonstateroofs 6 years ago
Hello-I am brand new to HubPages. I would like to suggest a new topic to submit articles to. I run a roofing company and would like to submit articles related to roofing. I looked on the "Home Improvement" section, but there is really no topic that is related to this subject....
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