HTML5: How to define a title for the document?

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HTML Code:

<!DOCTYPE html><!-- Define document type as HTML -->
<html><!-- Begin HTML document -->
<head><!-- Start of document header -->
<meta charset="utf-8"><!-- Define character encoding -->
<title>How to define a title for the document</title><!-- Title of the HTML page -->
</head><!-- End of document header -->
<body><!-- Start of document body -->
<p>We are learning HTML at <abbr title="w3resource">w3r</abbr>.</p><!-- Paragraph with an abbreviation -->
</body><!-- End of document body -->
</html><!-- End of HTML document -->


  • This HTML code defines a webpage with a paragraph.
  • Inside the paragraph, there is an <abbr> tag, which represents an abbreviation or acronym.
  • The title attribute of the <abbr> tag provides the full form or description of the abbreviation, which is displayed when hovering over the abbreviated text.
  • The abbreviation "w3r" is expanded as "w3resource" when the user hovers over it.

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