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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    Just as <abbr> is used for abbreviations and <acronym> is used for acronyms, what can I use for full-text quick summaries?

    For example:

    Code:
    <? lang="en"
    title="The user part of an e-mail address (example: alias@yourdomain.com)"
    >alias</?>
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    i'm pretty sure it's the title attribute as well
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    Senior Member glyakk's Avatar
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    I do not belive there is a specific tag that is supposed to handle that sort of thing.. but i would use the <samp></samp> tag.. it can have a title applied to it like abbr or acronym.. its sorta the misc tag of the phrase element being: dfn, code, strong, acronym, abbr, cite, kbd, var, em, and samp



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