Learn the secret HTML tag <abbr>

Learn the secret HTML tag

The <abbr> element in HTML is like a little helper for your website. It's used to explain what an abbreviation or acronym means.
For example, let's say you have the abbreviation "HTML" on your webpage.

You can use <abbr> to tell your visitors that "HTML" stands for "HyperText Markup Language." 

When someone hovers their mouse over "HTML," they might see a little pop-up that shows "HyperText Markup Language."

Here's what it looks like in HTML code and Preview:

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