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//Here scheme{{=}}"USA" implies "MM-DD-YYYY"
<META scheme{{=}}"USA" name{{=}}"date" content{{=}}"04-05-1962"></code>
View live example]In the following two examples, the value of scheme defines how to interpret the value of the "date" property.
//Here scheme="Europe" implies "DD-MM-YYYY"
<META scheme="Europe" name="date" content="05-04-1962">

The following example of the meta shows how the scheme can be used to clarify the value of the "id" property.

<META scheme="customer" name="id" content="Fancy Pants">



scheme was introduced in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 The scheme property can provide a context to correctly interpret otherwise ambiguous data formats such as those for date and time. It can also be used to identify the object's content itself. There is no functionality implemented for this property unless defined by the author.


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