The editor of specifications HTML5 Ian Hickson (or Hixie for friends) decided that it is still not the right time to have the <time> element in internet standards it is about both. Hixie chose not to approve the proposal of the <time>, for sadness of some companies that were endorsing element for some time.
The Opera, for example, the updated browser Opera to read the <time>. In theory the browser can immediately detect when loading a page the moment it was published initially. The project <time> provides the exact moment that the page in question was aired for the first time is recorded in understandable mainly by other machines format.
According to Hixie, the <time> was not being used or to format the publication date and time information with specific visual items (via CSS), not to actually specify the time when the page was published.
The problem with this whole story, very well appointed by Scott Gilbertson inWebmonkey , lies in the reason given by Hixie for the decision: the <time> has not been used on a large scale. It can be, but does not make much sense to use an element that has not been officially recognized as well. If it were valid, perhaps more websites adopt the <time> to indicate the time of the page.
Anyway, the <time> was in use by Reddit, one collator of popular links, and the default theme for WordPress. That is, I had some use, although very restricted.
Hixie states that the ideal for now is to use the <data> element for this type of information. It relates to data in general and not specific dates but has taken the time as a replacement for <time>. All right then.
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