DD - definition data
To provide a definition for a term
in a definition list (DL element)
Indented and presented as a separate piece of text attached to the
corresponding definition term.
The end tag </DD> can always be omitted, and it usually is omitted.
Notice that heading and ADDRESS
elements are not allowed.
On the other hand, lists are allowed.
An example which does not say very much:
<DD>See RFC 822.</DD>
For more realistic examples, see
the description of the
Some people use DD as such, outside any DL element,
to get some text indented. This violates the specifications
and does not work in general.
of last update: