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<nowiki>&#91;abbr=&quot;a.k.a. &#91;Unknown&#93;&quot;&#93;Unknown W. Brackets&#91;/abbr&#93;</nowiki>If the abbreviation&#039;s title contains complex characters, place it in quotes.<abbr title="a.k.a. [Unknown]">Unknown W. Brackets</abbr>
 
<nowiki>&#91;abbr=&quot;a.k.a. &#91;Unknown&#93;&quot;&#93;Unknown W. Brackets&#91;/abbr&#93;</nowiki>If the abbreviation&#039;s title contains complex characters, place it in quotes.<abbr title="a.k.a. [Unknown]">Unknown W. Brackets</abbr>
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Tag

[abbr]

Explanation

The abbr tag allows you to specify abbreviations with titles, which are usually displayed when you hover. The abbr and acronym tags are usually displayed the same in browsers, and you can use either depending on whether you want to display abbreviations, acronyms or just have extra information. This is an inline tag and no block level tags can be placed inside, however other inline tags can be if nested correctly.SMF

Usage

[abbr="a.k.a. [Unknown]"]Unknown W. Brackets[/abbr]If the abbreviation's title contains complex characters, place it in quotes.Unknown W. Brackets