<dd> element describes details found inside a
<dl> element. It usually comes with at least one corresponding
<dt> term element.
<dl><!-- <dt> term(s) here --><dd>Details</dd></dl>
In order to render correctly, the
<dd> tag must be placed inside a
In the example below, the
<dd> is used (and highlighted with some styling):
<!DOCTYPE html><html><head><!-- Styles are omitted in this example. --></head><body><dl><dt class="term">Aardvark</dt><dd class="detail">A large burrowing African mammal that feeds on ants and termites withits long sticky tongue.</dd></dl></body></html>
The following output is shown below:
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