What is the best practise using headers or headings h1-h6 in the sectional elements section, article, aside, nav?
I´ve noticed that the following code creates an "Untitled Section" in the document outline:
while these two combinations creates a section in the ouline.
Does it matter which one you choose since they both generate the same result
or is there more to it?
Anyone who can clarify this?
The use of <header> is probably best associated with <div id="header"> in that in identifies a particulate function/section within your mark-up.
For a complete explanation of how the html5 semantics work and what they mean see - http://www.adobe.com/devnet/dreamweaver/articles/understanding-html5-s emantics.html.
Currently HTML5 is exciting and anyone who want to builds web pages is looking forward to implementing HTML5 new tags into their sites. Definitely HTML5 tags are very rich in functions that make life much easier for both webmasters and end users
Within the HTML5 specfication we can see that there have been a significant number of new tags added, one of these the <header> element is what we’ll be covering here. We will talk about when to use it, when not to use it.
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