IE 4+ supports this element, but only via its recognition. Common attributes will be applied to content, but nothing is done with the CITE attribute by the browser unless scripting is used to take action on its value.

Test 1:
filler text Plain Q element, no attributes filler text

Test 2:
filler text Q element, with class="test" (Gray color), id="test1" (green background), style ("word-spacing: 20px"), and title ("this is a title" on hover) attributes filler text