- Attribute of
- <a> HTML Tag
- What does
When To Use A Title [<a title>] In HTML (With Code Example)do?
- Defines the title of a link, which appears to the user as a tooltip.
<a href="/" title="HOME - HTML Code Tutorials">Click to visit home page.</a>
The text of the
title attribute is displayed as a tooltip in most browsers — it appears in a small bubble when the cursor hovers over the link. Originally, this was intended to be used to indicate the title of the linked document. This is still a good practice, but you may use it for any text which you think will be helpful to the user.
Values of the
|text||The title of the link. Displays as a tooltip.|
All Attributes of the
|hreflang||Specifies the language of the linked resource.|
|download||Directs the browser to download the linked resource rather than opening it.|
|Specifies the context in which the linked resource will open.|
|title||text||Defines the title of a link, which appears to the user as a tooltip.|
|href||url||Specifies the linked document, resource, or location.|
Browser Support for title