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In this world of internet we have gotten used to browsing web pages. This also involves jumping from one page to the other. Hence when it comes to designing web pages, it becomes very important to incorporate this feature in your scheme of things. HTML Nav Tag helps you achieve the exact phenomenon. This article will help you this concept in detail.
Following pointers will be covered in this article,
In this the HTML <nav> tag specifies a section which contains only navigation link. The <nav> tag in HTML in other words, nav element represents section of the page and it’s purpose is to provide the navigational links. It can also used to define the block of navigation links within the the current document or to the other document. This < nav> tag is mainly used to navigate the link to particular document within it or the other document. Below giving an example code for using <nav> tag and showing the output.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>HTML Nav tag</title> </head> <body> <p>Programming languages:</p> <nav> <a href="java/index.htm">Java</a> | <a href="python/index.htm">Python</a> | <a href="html/index.htm">HTML</a> | <a href="raspberry pi/index.htm">Raspberry pi</a> | <a href="C++/index.htm">C++</a> </nav> </body> </html>
Output is as below:
So this is it, this brings us to the end of this article. I hope this informative for you.
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