nav Tag HTML

HTML nav tag (<nav>) is used to define a section of an html document that includes navigation links. It represents a block of navigation links that typically appear as a menu of a website. Remember that it’s not necessary to add all the links of a document inside the <nav> tag.

Here is how you can add <nav> tag in your HTML Document.


<h1>HTML Navigation bar</h1>
    <li><a href="#link">Home</a></li>
    <li><a href="#link">About</a></li>
    <li><a href="#link">Products</a></li>
    <li><a href="#link">Contact</a></li>

Code Explanation

In an above code, the <nav> tag encloses an unordered list (<ul>) that contains a series of list items (<li>). Each list item represents a navigation link, and the <a> tags within the list items define the actual clickable links. You can adjust the URLs in the href attributes to match the appropriate destinations.

HTML <nav> tag is supported by almost all major browsers.

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