|Defines one or more class names for an element. See Classes and IDs.|
|Sets whether the content of an element can be edited.|
|Defines a context menu shown when a user right-clicks an element.|
|Sets the text direction for text within an element.|
|Sets whether an element can be dragged.|
|Hides an element not currently in use on the page.|
|Defines a unique identifier for an element. See Classes and IDs.|
|Defines the language of an element's content and its text attribute values. See Content Languages.|
|Sets whether to spell/grammar check the content of an element.|
|Defines a set of inline CSS styles for an element.|
|Sets the order in which elements on a page are navigated by the tab keyboard shortcut.|
|Defines additional information about an element, generally in the form of tooltip text on mouseover.|
|Defines whether to translate the content of an element.|
Global attributes are simply attributed which can be applied to any element in the entire document.
<p contenteditable>This is an editable paragraph.</p>
Upon clicking on the paragraph, the content of it can be edited similar to an input text field.
contenteditable attribute is not set on an element, the element will inherit it from its parent. So all child text of a content editable element will also be editable, but you can turn it off for specific text, like so:
<p contenteditable> This is an editable paragraph. <span contenteditable="false">But not this.</span> </p>
Note that an uneditable text element inside an editable element will still have a text cursor as inherited from its parent as well.