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HTML5 Multimedia Development Cookbook by Lee Jordan, Dale Cruse

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Implementing the footer tag

"The <footer> element represents a footer for the completed documented or its nearest ancestor sectioning content." - WHATWG's HTML5 Draft Standard - http://whatwg.org/html5

Getting ready

We've all used footers on our web pages — typically for things like secondary navigation and more. This contains all the information you typically see at the bottom of a page, like a copyright notice, privacy policy, terms of use, and many more. Like the new <header> tag, the new <footer> tag can occur in more than one place.

How to do it...

In this case, we're going to use the new <footer> tag to place Roxane's copyright information at the bottom of the page.

Tip

And that's one to grow on

Remember: Copyright does not mean you have the ...

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