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<time> . . . </time>
Not in HTML 4.01 .Represents a time ona 24-hourclock ora date onthe Gregorian calendar,
optionally with time and a time zone offset. The time element could be used to pass time and
dateinformation inamachine-readable mannertootherapplications (e.g.,savinganeventtoa
personal calendar) or to restyle time information into alternate formats (e.g., 18:00 to 6 p.m.).
The time element is not intended to be used to mark up times for which a precise time or date
cannot be established, such as “the end of last year” or “the turn of the century.”
Flow content, phrasing content, palpable content
Permitted contexts:
Where phrasing content is expected
Permitted content:
Phrasing content
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HTML5 Global Attributes
pubdate ( pubdate="pubdate" in XHTML)
W3C only (not in WHATWG) . Indicates that the date and time provided by datetime is
the publication date and time of the parent element (the article or whole document).
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