<TITLE XML-SPACE = "sWhiteSpace"/>
String value that specifies how white space—such as a tab, space, or blank line—is treated.
Value that permits white space to be filtered out during file processing.
Value that ensures all white space characters are retained.
There are no child elements.
Windows Internet Explorer 7. The Channel Definition Format (CDF) is obsolete and should not be used.
This attribute can be used with any CDF element that uses significant white space. When used as an attribute of a parent element, the value assigned to the XML-SPACE attribute applies to all child elements unless specifically overridden with another XML-SPACe attribute.
Windows Internet Explorer displays this title to the right of the item's icon in the Channels Explorer Bar. A TITLE element that is the direct child of the top-level channel element appears in place of the channel logo in the Channels Explorer Bar when another channel is selected by the user.
The TITLE element in the following example represents the distinguishing name of its parent CHANNEL element.
<CHANNEL> <TITLE>CDF Reference</TITLE> . . . </CHANNEL>
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