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acronym

Specifies that a string is an acronym for a word or phrase.

Browser/User Agent Support

IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
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Example

This example defines the acronym AJAX:

One such hot technology is <abbr title="Asynchronous JavaScript and XML"> AJAX</abbr>. 

Remarks

The <acronym></acronym> tag is typically only used in formatting with CSS style sheets and with scripts. Similar to the <abbr></abbr> tag.

Attribute Detail

Attribute IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
class
[class-name]. Example values: header-class, list-element, etc.
CSS class assigned to the element.
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dir
Direction of the element text.
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id
[element-id]
Unique identifier for the element.
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lang
[language-code]. Example values: "en" (English), "fr" (French), "es" (Spanish), etc.
Language code for the content of the element.
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style
[style-name]
Inline style for the element.
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title
[text-description]
Short text description for the element.
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Event Detail

Event IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
Fires when the element becomes active.
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Fires immediately before the element stops being the active element.
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Fires immediately before the element receives focus prior to being edited.
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Fires when the element loses focus.
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Fires when the element is clicked.
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Fires immediately before the element is selected.
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Fires when the element is double-clicked.
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Fires when the active element becomes inactive.
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Fires when the element is dragged.
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Fires when the element is released from being dragged.
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Fires when the element has another object dragged onto it that can be dropped on the element.
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Fires when an element has an object dragged out of it that could be dropped onto the element.
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Fires when an element has an object dragged over it that could be dropped onto the element.
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Fires immediately before an element is dragged.
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Fires when an object is dropped onto the element.
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Fires when the element receives focus.
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Fires when a user presses down on a key while the element has focus.
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Fires when a user presses a key or holds down the key while the element has focus.
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Fires when a user releases a key while the element has focus.
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Fires when a user clicks down on the mouse button while the element has focus.
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Fires when the mouse pointer enters the element.
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Fires when the mouse pointer leaves the element.
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Fires when the mouse moves while the pointer over the element.
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Fires when the mouse pointer moves off of the element.
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Fires when the mouse pointer moves over the element.
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Fires when the user releases the mouse button while the element has focus.
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Fires when the element moves.
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Fires when the element stops moving.
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Fires immediately before the element moves.
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Fires when the ready state of the element changes.
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Fires when the element is finished being resized.
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Fires immediately before a user resizes the element.
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Fires immediately before the element is selected.
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Fires when a time-related error occurs.
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