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The <dd> element is used in definition lists or lists of associated terms to be described. <dd> represents the definition or value part of the listed terms. First define the definition list, then the definition term, then the definition or value of that term.

Code Example

<dl> <dt>Apple</dt> <dd>A green or red fruit that grows on a tree.</dd> <dt>Grape</dt> <dd>A green or red fruit that grows on a vine.</dd> </dl> open in code editor


globals - the global attributes common to all elements possible values: see global attribute list

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