In this article, we represent the defining instance of a term by using the dfn Element, Generally, the defining instance is the first use of a term in a document. The <dfn> tag requires a starting as well as an ending tag.
Below examples illustrate the dfn tag in HTML:
Supported Browsers are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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