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The menu element represents information as a list of items or commands.
The menu element is used to define a list as a menu of commands. The menu element has two specific attributes as well as can accept global and event attributes in HTML.
The menu element is currently unsupported by major browsers.
The menu element will specifically accept the label attribute whose value is text and the type attribute whose value can be context, toolbar, or list. list is the default value.
View live exampleThis is an example of the menu element using the type and label attributes as well as the button element.
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