Now you may have some knowledge about the SVG Element. In this chapter we will learn about the TIME Element, which is supported in all major browsers.

<time> . . . </time>

The TIME Element represents either time on a 24-hour clock or a precise date in the Gregorian calendar with optional time and time zone information.

TIME Element has been configured to presenting date and time in machine readable format. It can be helpful for user agents to offer event scheduling for a user's calendar.

The TIME Element can't be used to see the front end effect on HTML5 document. It is pure a machine readable element, which works in the background of the script.

Here is the Syntax for TIME Element

Supported Browser
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<time> specify here the time </svg>

Below is complete syntax along with example

<!DOCTYPE html>

    	 <title>Title name will go here</title>
		<p>The school open at  in the every morning.</p>
		<p>Mahatma Gandhi's birthday is on .</p>