<time> ... </time>
HTML5 only. Represents a time on a 24-hour clock or a date and/or a date on
the Gregorian calendar. The
element could be used to pass time and date information in a
machine-readable manner to other applications (e.g., saving an event
to a personal calendar), or to restyle time information into alternate
formats (e.g., 18:00 to 6 p.m.). The time element is not intended to
be used to mark up times for which a precise time or date cannot be
established, such as “the end of last year” or “the turn of the
datetimeis the publication date and time of the parent element (the
articleor whole document).
datetimeattribute is used, the time element may be empty.
The deadline for entries is <time datetime="2010-09-01T 20:00-05:00">September 1, 2010, 8pm EST</time>
Hours: <time>8am</time> to <time>9pm</time>
time is a semantic element that does not have default display styles.