HTML <nav> Tag

<!DOCTYPE html>
<style type="text/css">
header, article, aside, footer, main, nav {border:8px solid #F9EECF;padding:3px;margin:3px;width:50%;} 

The above example demonstrates usage of the <nav> element.

The <nav> element represents a section with navigational links.

Note that <nav> element is mainly intended for major navigational blocks. Not all navigational links need to be contained within a <nav> element. For example, the <footer> element could contain links to copyright information, privacy policy, etc without these needing to be in a <nav> element. However, there may still be occasions where a <footer> element could contain a <nav> element.