The <ruby> tag in HTML is used to specify the ruby annotation which is a small text, attached with the main text to specify the meaning of the main text. This kind of annotation is used in Japanese publications.
<ruby attributes> Contents... </ruby>
Note: <ruby> tag contains two other tags which are listed below:
- <rt> tag: It is used to describe the explanation of main text on top of the main text.
- <rp> tag: It is optional which is used to specify the information which need to show when browsers are not support ruby annotations.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by <ruby> tag are listed below:
- Safari 5.0
- Google Chrome 5.0
- Firefox 38.0
- Opera 15.0
- Internet Explorer 5.5
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