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Standards Details:
HTML: In all 4.x DTDs
XHTML: In all 1.0 and 1.1 DTDs
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Content placed in the viewport titlebar area
Official Docs:
HTML 4.x, XHTML 1.1

What is it?
This is a required part of every HTML document which identifies or summarizes the content found within. A suggested size limit for titles is 256 characters.

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Specific Attributes
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Required? No
This is an SGML Document Access (SDA) attribute. SDA attributes are designed to transform HTML (and other SGML-based documents) to the ICADD DTD - which is used in creating accessible documents for users with visual disabilities (rendering in Braille, large print, speech synthesis, etc.) The attribute value specifies the name of the element to convert this element to in the SDA element group (in this case the 'Ti' element - "title of the book".) SDA also allows attributes and values from the original element to be used in the new SDA element where necessary.
Value: Ti (Denotes 'title of the book' in SDA.)
<title>This is a title</title>
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