The <summary> tag in HTML is used to define a summary for the <details> element.
- The <summary>> element is used along with the <details> element and provides a summary visible to the user.
- When the summary is clicked by the user, the content placed inside the <details> element becomes visible which was previously hidden.
- The <summary> tag was added in HTMl 5.
- The <summary> tag requires both starting and ending tag.
<summary> Content whoso summary is required </summary>
Below program illustrates the <summary> element:
Supported Browser: Supported browsers are listed below
- Google Chrome 12.0
- Firefox 48.0
- Opera 15.0
- Safari 6.0
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