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  • HTML <li> Tag
    that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this li element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this li tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this li element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular li element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the

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  • HTML <link> Tag
    element is not yet or is no longer relevant The browser user agent does not display elements that have the hidden attribute present This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either hidden or hidden hidden Possible values Empty string hidden id The id attribute is a document wide identifier which is used in conjunction with CSS and JavaScript The value must match the name of the id you wish to use inert This is a boolean attribute that indicates that the element is to be made inert This means that the browser user agent acts as though this link element is not there even though it may still display the element For example a block of text that has been marked with the inert attribute may not be searchable when the user attempts a browser text search eg Find in page or similar The text may not be able to be targetted for user interaction events such as mouseover etc and the user may not be able to select the block of text However the text is still displayed The inert attribute is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this link element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this link tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this link element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular link element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether

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  • HTML <map> Tag
    such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this map element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this map tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this map element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular map element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool

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  • HTML <menu> Tag
    as mouseover etc and the user may not be able to select the block of text However the text is still displayed The inert attribute is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this menu element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this menu tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this menu element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular menu element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The menu tag also accepts the event handler content attributes listed below An event handler content attribute is an attribute for a specific event handler The name of the content attribute is the same as the name of the event handler Event handlers are commonly used to extend the functionality of an HTML element By using any of the event handler content attributes below you can tell the browser to run a specific script and when to run it For example by using onclick you tell the browser to run a piece of JavaScript whenever someone clicks on the element The JavaScript needs to be inserted between the double quotes This is typically a small piece of JavaScript

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  • HTML <menuitem> Tag
    this attribute must not have more than one of the three feedback values copy move and link specified If none are specified the copy value is implied hidden Indicates that this particular menuitem element is not yet or is no longer relevant The browser user agent does not display elements that have the hidden attribute present This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either hidden or hidden hidden Possible values Empty string hidden id The id attribute is a document wide identifier which is used in conjunction with CSS and JavaScript The value must match the name of the id you wish to use inert This is a boolean attribute that indicates that the element is to be made inert This means that the browser user agent acts as though this menuitem element is not there even though it may still display the element For example a block of text that has been marked with the inert attribute may not be searchable when the user attempts a browser text search eg Find in page or similar The text may not be able to be targetted for user interaction events such as mouseover etc and the user may not be able to select the block of text However the text is still displayed The inert attribute is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this menuitem element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this menuitem tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this menuitem element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular

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  • HTML <meta> Tag
    block of text However the text is still displayed The inert attribute is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this meta element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this meta tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this meta element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular meta element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The meta tag also accepts the event handler content attributes listed below An event handler content attribute is an attribute for a specific event handler The name of the content attribute is the same as the name of the event handler Event handlers are commonly used to extend the functionality of an HTML element By using any of the event handler content attributes below you can tell the browser to run a specific script and when to run it For example by using onclick you tell the browser to run a piece of JavaScript whenever someone clicks on the element The JavaScript needs to be inserted between the double quotes This is typically a small piece of JavaScript that simply calls a JavaScript function that has been defined elsewhere Here are

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  • HTML <meter> Tag
    not be able to select the block of text However the text is still displayed The inert attribute is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either inert or inert inert Possible values Empty string inert itemid The itemid provides a global identifier for an item This attribute is optional however if it is provided it must have a value that is a valid URL potentially surrounded by spaces The itemid attribute can only be present in elements that include both the itemscope and the itemtype attributes as long as the itemtype attribute specifies a vocabulary that supports global identifiers for items as defined by that vocabulary s specification itemprop This attribute provides one or more properties to one or more items Although this attribute is optional if used it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive representing the names of the name value pairs that it adds The attribute s value must have at least one token Each token must be one of the following A valid URL that is an absolute URL or If the item is a typed item a defined property name allowed in this situation according to the specification that defines the relevant types for the item or If the item is not a typed item a string that contains no U 002E FULL STOP characters and no U 003A COLON characters Also Specifications that introduce defined property names that are not absolute URLs must ensure all such property names contain no U 002E FULL STOP characters no U 003A COLON characters and no space characters itemref This attribute is used in conjunction with the itemscope attribute the itemref attribute provides a list of additional elements to crawl to find the name value pairs of the item Although the itemref attribute is optional if specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this meter element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this meter tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this meter element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular meter element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is missing or is invalid the element will inherit its value from its parent element Event Handler Content Attributes The meter tag also accepts the event handler content attributes listed below An event handler content attribute is an attribute for a specific event handler The name of the content attribute is the same as the name of the event handler Event handlers are commonly used to extend the functionality of an HTML element By using any of the event handler content attributes below you can tell the browser to run a specific script and when to run it For example by using onclick you tell the browser to run a piece of JavaScript whenever someone clicks on the element The JavaScript needs to be inserted between the double quotes This is typically a small piece of JavaScript that simply calls a JavaScript function that

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  • HTML <noscript> Tag
    separated tokens that are case sensitive consisting of IDs of elements in the same home subtree Also the itemref can only be used on elements that also have the itemscope attribute present itemscope HTML5 elements that have the itemscope attribute create a name value pair called an item Elements with an itemscope attribute may also have an itemtype attribute specified to give the item types of the item This is a boolean attribute If the attribute is present its value must either be the empty string or a value that is an ASCII case insensitive match for the attribute s canonical name with no leading or trailing whitespace i e either itemscope or itemscope itemscope Possible values Empty string itemscope itemtype This attribute provides an item type for elements containing the itemscope attribute The attribute is optional but if it is specified it must have a value that is an unordered set of unique space separated tokens that are case sensitive each of which is a valid URL that is an absolute URL and all of which are defined to use the same vocabulary The attribute s value must have at least one token The itemtype attribute must only be present in elements that include the itemscope attribute lang Sets the language code to be used Possible values Must be a valid RFC 3066 language code or an empty string spellcheck Specifies whether the element should have its spelling checked Value Description Empty string The element should have its spelling checked true The element should have its spelling checked false The element should not have its spelling checked If this attribute is missing the element will use the default behavior possibly based on the parent s own spellcheck state style Specifies inline styles for this noscript element This allows you to define the styles within the page and within this noscript tag as opposed to referring to styles defined elsewhere such as an external style sheet Although this can be useful for over riding external styles it is usually preferrable to use external styles in conjunction with the class attribute and or the id attribute tabindex Helps determine the tabbing order for this noscript element for when the user uses the tab key on their keyboard to tab through the elements on the page in order to select an element Possible values Any valid integer For example 0 1 2 3 etc title Specifies a title to associate with this particular noscript element Many browsers will display this when the cursor hovers over the element similar to a tool tip Possible values Any text to be displayed as a tool tip translate Determines whether the element s attribute values and the values of its Text node children are to be translated when the page is localized or whether to leave them unchanged The translate attribute is an enumerated attribute and may contain the following possible values Empty String yes no If the translate attribute is provided but its value is

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