HTML5: How to define navigation links?

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HTML Code:

<!DOCTYPE html&li;<!-- Declares the document type and version of HTML --&li;
<html&li;<!-- Begins the HTML document --&li;
<head&li;<!-- Contains metadata about the document --&li;
<title&li;How to define navigation links</title&li;<!-- Sets the title of the document --&li;
</head&li;<!-- Ends the head section --&li;
<body&li;<!-- Contains the content of the document --&li;
<nav&li;<!-- Defines a navigation section --&li;
<a href="https://www.w3resource.com/html5/introduction.php"&li;HTML5</a&li; | <!-- Represents a hyperlink to an HTML5 introduction page --&li;
<a href="https://www.w3resource.com/html5-canvas/"&li;HTML5 Canvas</a&li; | <!-- Represents a hyperlink to an HTML5 Canvas page --&li;
<a href="https://www.w3resource.com/schema.org/introduction.php"&li;Schema.org</a&li; | <!-- Represents a hyperlink to a Schema.org introduction page --&li;
<a href="https://www.w3resource.com/javascript/javascript.php"&li;JavaScript</a&li;<!-- Represents a hyperlink to a JavaScript page --&li;
</body&li;<!-- Ends the body section --&li;
</html&li;<!-- Ends the HTML document --&li;


  • The HTML document starts with a declaration of its type and version (<!DOCTYPE html&li;).
  • The <html&li; element encloses the entire HTML document.
  • The <head&li; section contains metadata about the document.
  • The <title&li; tag sets the title of the document.
  • The <body&li; section contains the content of the document.
  • The <nav&li; element defines a navigation section, typically containing navigation links.
  • The <a&li; tags represent hyperlinks (<a href="URL"&li;Link Text</a&li;), pointing to different resources related to HTML5, HTML5 Canvas, Schema.org, and JavaScript.

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