<h2>Tools</h2> <dl> <dt><dfn>Hammer</dfn></dt> <dd>A tool with a heavy metal head mounted at right angles at the end of a handle, used for jobs such as breaking things and driving in nails.</dd> <dt><dfn>Saw</dfn></dt> <dd>A tool for cutting wood or other materials, typically with a long, thin serrated steel blade and operated using a backward and forward movement.</dd> <dt><dfn>Screw Driver</dfn></dt> <dd>A tool with a flattened, cross-shaped, or star-shaped tip that fits into the head of a screw to turn it.</dd> </dl>
The above example demonstrates usage of the
<dt> element with a
<dfn> element nested inside of it.
We do this because we are defining a term and the
<dfn> element is used for the defining instance of a term.
<dt> element represents the term, or name, part of a term-description group in a description list.
You can have multiple
<dt> elements for each
You can also have multiple
<dd> elements for each term too (if the same term matches multiple descriptions).