|Usage||Defines an abbreviation|
|Supported On||Chrome, Edge, IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera|
<abbr> is an HTML element that defines an abbrevation, for example "IDK", "Nov.", "ASAP". If you hover your cursor over the abbr element, then a tool tip with the text that you wrote inside the
title=" " will appear.
Abbreviations can be useful for information to browsers, translation systems and search-engines.
This tag will work on all browsers.
<acronym> was the old name of this tag in HTML4.
IDK is an abbreviation.