The <command> Tag
The command tag is used to represent a command like a checkbox, radio button or any other button that the user can interact with.
There is one criterion which must be met while making a command- it should be inside a menu element, else it won't get displayed on the page in the browser. It simply means that a menu contains a command element and this could not be vice versa.
<command type="command">Click here for more info on HTML5!</command>
Attributes of Command tag
The <command> Tag comes with the various attributes as given in the below table
||Description of the attribute
||checkbox, command, radio
||Indicates the type of command & the default value in command. Checkbox is for checking the box and radio is for clicking inside a radio box
||It is used only when the type is a radio or a checkbox and defines if the respective command button is checked or not
||This is a Boolean attribute that indicates that the command is not available in the current form, i.e. disabled.
||Gives the name of the command as it would be shown to the user. It should be explicitly mentioned and must not be empty
||Gives a picture or image that represents the command. It should contain a valid non empty URL.
||name of the radiogroup
||It provides a name of the radiogroup that particular command belongs to. It can be used only if the command is a radio one.