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time element - <time>

The <time> element is new in HTML5. It is used for representing a time in the 24 hour format or a date using the proleptic Gregorian calendar. The proleptic Gregorian calendar which is an extension of the Gregorian calendar and is also known as the western calendar. A useful place for using the time element is the publication date/time of a document or an article.


A simple date example is as shown below.
A simple time example is as shown below.
An example using the datetime attribute. By default, the date or time will need to be defined in the <time> element. However, with the use of the datetime attribute, other contents can be defined in that element.
         <time datetime="2010-10-15">Next Friday</time>
Here's another example using the datetime attribute.
         <time datetime="2010-10-15T20:00+00:00">Next Friday</time>
Or you can use the letter "Z" to represent the "+00:00", which is the Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).
         <time datetime="2010-10-15T20:00Z">Next Friday</time>
A pubdate attribute can be used to indicate the date/time as the publication date/time of the document or that of the nearest ancestor article element.
          <h1>Article Header</h1>
          The Old English Sheepdog is one of 
	  the oldest dog breeds in the world.  
          <br />	
          Published <time pubdate>2010-10-15</time>.

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