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September 9, 2009
I love CSS
I love <acronym title="Cascading Style Sheets">CSS</acronym>.
I never heard of the acronym-tag, thought abbr-element was made for this.
Atleast, acronym doesn’t have styling by default in Firefox/Safari (ie. question cursor and dotted underline), where abbr(evation) has !
Eitherway, thanks :)
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PS: Is there a difference between the
My understanding is that one of these will be depreciated in html5. I don’t remember which one it is, though.
The acronym tag is deprecated use “abbr” tag instead :)
Acronyms and Abbreviations are different. This looked to have some good definitions http://www.acronym-guide.com/difference-between-acronyms-and-abbreviations.php
Thanks a lot :)
one question; how can you make a tooltip for navigation-bar like in Yahoo? when mouse over you have the tool tip that explains the content of that page before choosing that link in a nav-bar.
Avoid the Deprecated <acronym> Tag in HTML 5
<acronym> is obsolete.
Use <abbr> instead.
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