HTML cite tag

<cite> tag references to some creative work like the writer of an article or the name of an author of a book.

Example

<cite>
  <p> The theory of relativity was given by Albert Einstein</p>
  <p> He was awarded nobel prize in 1921 for creative work in physics</p>
 </cite> 
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Specific Uses

What is creative work?

The works that are performed initially. For instance, the author of a quote, the writer of a song or a movie, the author of a website or a page, a statement.

Book's Author:

Example


<cite>The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Safaq.</cite>
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Quote's Author:

Example


<cite>It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves by William Shakespeare.</cite>
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Novel's Writer:

Example


<cite>To Kill a Mockingbird</cite> novel was written by <cite>Harper Lee</cite>.
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Poem's Writer:

Example


<cite>Still I Rise</cite>poem was written by <cite>Harper Lee</cite>.
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Global Attributes

All global attribute support the cite element.

Tag omission

Both opening and closing tags are necessary for the cite element.



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