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Creating Sidebars

Posted on September 11th, by Learning in HTML, HTML Elements In Context. No Comments

The aside element denotes content that is only tangentially related to the surrounding element. This is similar to a sidebar in a book or magazine.



Working with Articles

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The article element represents a self-contained piece of content in an HTML document that could, in principle, be distributed or used independently from the rest of the page.



Adding Navigation Blocks

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The nav element denotes a section of the document that contains links to other pages or to other parts of the same page. Obviously, not all hyperlinks have to be in a nav element.



Adding Headers and Footers

Posted on September 11th, by Learning in HTML, HTML Elements In Context. 1 Comment

The header element denotes the header of a section. It can contain any content that you wish to denote as being the header, including a masthead or logo.



Creating Sections

Posted on September 11th, by Learning in HTML, HTML Elements In Context. 2 comments

The section element is new to HTML5 and, as its name suggests, denotes a section of a document. Check out all properties about it.