HTML <dir> tag (Not Supported in HTML5)
HTML <dir> tag was used as a container for the list of files/folders or content of the directory. The <dir> element is used with the <li> tags, and list of directories renders in bullets by default.
Note: Do not use HTML <dir> tag as it is deprecated now and not supported in HTML5. You can use <ul> tag and CSS property instead.
Following are some specifications about the HTML <dir> tag
|Start tag/End tag
|Both Start and End tag
|It specifies that list should display smaller than normal. (Not supported in HTML5)
HTML <dir> tag supports the Global attributes.
HTML <dir> tag supports the Event attributes.