MENU

 [Local Convention]
A list of List Items, typically one line per item, sometimes rendered more compactly than UL. Although the HTML 2.0 specification doesn't make this explicit, it is fairly obvious MENU is intended as a navigational element rather than a textual one. That is, MENU normally is used as in the example here.

Example

<h2>Welcome to Venus</h2>
<p>From here you can</p>
<menu>
<li>Get on the next <a href="shuttle.reservations.html">Shuttle home</a>
<li>Book a <a href="reservations.html">room</a> for the night
<li>Beg for <a href="psychiatric.services.html">Help</a>
</menu>

Note that unlike OL, UL and DL, MENU may not be nested. That is, you may not put a MENU in the LI of a DL, OL, UL, or another MENU.


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Open Tag: REQUIRED
Close Tag: REQUIRED

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