HTML Tags Supported in Brillium

The following is the list of supported HTML tags supported in Brillium text fields that allow HTML

The HTML tags listed below are generally allowed within Brillium text fields that allow HTML. 

NOTE Brillium may not support all HTML tag elements listed, and the list may change from time to time in order to ensure a safe, consistent, and stable assessment delivery experience.

Brillium Support staff cannot assist customers with the proper use of HTML. For assistance with using HTML, please refer to the W3 Schools Website

<a> Anchor tag - used to create hyperlinks.

Text presented as abbreviation markup that displays text upon hover


Formats contact information


BETA - Defines a hot-spot region on an image and optionally associates it with a hypertext link. This element is used within a <map> element.

NOTE: Currently, this is used for display only. The selection is not saved as an answer

<aside> Content aside from the content it is placed within (i.e. directly related to the surrounding content)
<b> Bold text
<bdi> Bi-Directional Isolation that isolates text that might be formatted in a different direction from other text outside it. This tag is typically used when embedding content with a opposite or unknown text direction
<blockquote> Indicates that the enclosed text is an extended quotation
<br> Break in text
<button> A clickable button
<caption> A table caption
<cite> Identifies the title of a creative work
<code> Text displayed as computer code
<div> Defines a division or a section in an HTML document.

Description Details provides the description, definition, or value for the preceding term (<dt>) in a description list (<dl>).


Deleted text


Additional details that the user can open and close on demand (typically rendered using a disclosure triangle)


A "definition element" used to specify a term that is going to be defined within the content


Description List

<dt> Description Term - a term in a description or definition list
<em> Emphasized text
<fieldset> Groups related elements in a form
<figcaption> A caption for a <figure> element
<figure> Identifies self-contained content (i.e. illustrations, diagrams, photos, etc.
<h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <h5>, <h6> HTML section headings
<header> Highlights or marks text
<hr> Horizontal rule
<i> Text that should be italicized
<iframe> Nested browser content, embedding another HTML page 
<img> Image tag
<ins> Inserted text
<kbd> Span of inline text denoting keyboard input
<li> List item
<map> BETA - Defines a client-side image map.
<mark> Marks or highlights text
<meter> Partial Support - Displays a gauge (does not currently support text between tag)
<ol> Ordered list
<p> Paragraph tag
<pre> Pre-formatted text displayed in a fixed-width font
<progress> Displays a progress bar set to a fixed percentage
<s> Defines a part of text that is replaced or deleted
<samp> Used to denote sample output from a computer or application

Displays smaller text (for example: copyright)

<span> A group of inline elements in a document.
<strong> Important text (similar to bold, but interpreted by screen readers to emphasize something that should be interpreted as important)
<sub> Subscript text element
<sup> Superscript text element
<table> HTML table
<tbody> Body content of an HTML table
<td> HTML Table cell content
<time> Displays a specific time (or datetime)
<th> HTML table header
<thead> Header content in an HTML table
<tfoot> Footer content in an HTML table
<tr> Row in an HTML table
<u> Underlined text
<ul> Unordered list

Generally supported Inline style attributes

** Other attributes may function properly, but are not officially supported at this time.

"margin", "margin-left", "margin-top", "margin-bottom", "margin-right", "padding", "padding-left", "padding-top", "padding-bottom", "padding-right", "border", "font-size", "background-color", "color", "font-weight", "font-style", "font-family"