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Literal Attribute Values

 15th June 2023 at 4:54am

Literal attribute values can use several different styles of quoting:

  • Single quotes (eg attr='value')
  • Double quotes (eg attr="value")
  • Tripe double quotes (eg attr="""value""")
  • No quoting is necessary for values that do not contain spaces (eg attr=value)

Literal attribute values can include line breaks. For example:

<div data-address="Mouse House,
Mouse Lane,

By using triple-double quotes you can specify attribute values that contain single double quotes. For example:

<div data-address="""Mouse House,
"Mouse" Lane,