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HTML <data> Tag


The following example displays product names but also associates each name with a product number:

  <li><data value="21053">Cherry Tomato</data></li>
  <li><data value="21054">Beef Tomato</data></li>
  <li><data value="21055">Snack Tomato</data></li>
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Definition and Usage

The <data> tag is used to add a machine-readable translation of a given content.

This element provides both a machine-readable value for data processors, and a human-readable value for rendering in a browser.

Tip: If the content is time- or date-related, use the <time> element instead.

Browser Support

<data> 62.0 13.0 22.0 Not supported 49.0


Attribute Value Description
value machine-readable format Specifies the machine-readable translation of the content of the element

Global Attributes

The <data> tag also supports the Global Attributes in HTML.