Many of them are using a lot of files and resources to generate the drop-downs but sometimes you don`t need all of them. A quick question re: HTML5 nav, specifically that of sub navigation (from a semantic point of view). The source for this … The ultimate goal of HTML semantics is to create a document outline that user agents such as web browsers, screen readers, and search engine bots can easily skim and understand. For instance, there may be a site wide navigation menu inside the header bar of the page, and a content related navigation menu in the left side of the page. The second task is to create an unordered-list in HTML inside the nav section of the header menu: Add an unordered list in the navigation menu section with 5 list-items named “Home”, “About Us”, “Our Products”, “Careers”, and “Contact Us”. Now, together with these, we can separate our menu items with a