In this article, we create a navigation link by using the <nav> tag in the document. The nav element represents a section of the page whose purpose is to provide navigational links, either in the current document or to other documents. The links in the “nav” element may point to other webpages or to different sections of the same webpage. It is a semantic element. Common examples of the “nav” elements are menus, tables, contents, and indexes.
<nav> Links... </nav>
Supported Browsers are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- Apple Safari
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