The HTML <command></command> element was introduced in HTML5. It defines a command button, like a radiobutton, a checkbox, or a button. This element must be inside a <menu> element. If not, it will not be displayed.


  • checked - Defines if the command is checked or not.
  • disabled - Defines if the command is available or not.
  • icon - Defines the URL of an image to display as the command.
  • label - Defines a name for the command. The label is visible.
  • radiogroup - Defines the name of the radiogroup this command belongs to. Use only if type is radio.
  • type - Defines the type of command. Default value is command. Other values are checkbox and radio.

HTML example:

<command type="command">Click Me!</command>

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