It is used to make a list of directory titles. It is not supported in HTML 5 <ul> or CSS are used instead of <dir> tag.
<dir> Lists... </dir>
Below example illustrates the <dir> tag in HTML:
Optional Attributes: This tag contains single attributes Compact which is optional. It is used to specify the list size render smaller than normal by reducing the space between list items. It is a boolean attribute.
Note: The compact attribute is not supported by any browser.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by <dir> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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