The <abbr> tag in HTML is used to define the abbreviation or short form of an element. The <abbr> and <acronym> tags are used as shortened versions and used to represented as a series of letters. The abbreviation is used to provide useful information to the browsers, translation systems, and search-engines.
<abbr title> Short form </abbr>
Supported Browser: The browsers supported by <abbr> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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