A <dl> is a LIST of definition terms and their description.

<dt> is a definition term to be described (not title).

<dd> is description of the definition term.


See http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/lists.html#h-10.3


On Mon, August 4, 2008 4:20 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I was under the impression a <dl> could only contain one <dt> and one
> or many <dd>'s.....
>
> But I have just come across a piece of code that uses multiple <dt>'s
> in the one <dl>....
>
> Upon further investigation, it seems this is legitimate
> practice....but does it make sense?!?!
>
> Semantically, isn't the whole point of a <dl> to use definition data
> tags (<dd>'s) to describe a definition title (<dt>)!? Does it make
> sense to have multiple definition titles in the same <dl>?! Or does it
> make more sense to have a seperate <dl> for each <dt>??
> __
> Christian Fagan
> Fagan Design
> fagandesign.com.au
>
>
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