<cite> tag describes a reference to a creative work.
This includes the title of the work, and a link to the source of the work.
<cite> element marks Harry Potter as a book citation.
The book Harry Potter was written by J. K. Rowling.
<p> The book <cite><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Potter">Harry Potter</a></cite> was written by J. K. Rowling. </p>
<cite> element defines a citation source for creative content.
This element can be used to cite any of the following:
<cite> content is displayed in italic by default.
<cite> element is in-line and can be placed inside a line of text without wrapping.
<cite> tag has no attributes, but it does support global attributes.
They are rarely, if ever, used on
Here is when
<cite> support started for each browser: