Luckily for us, HTML5 now has a method of assembling an outline of our pages in browsers, so search engines as well as accessibility technologies can make better sense of them. We're going to make use of the HTML5 Outliner at: http://gsnedders.html5.org/outliner
To use the HTML5 Outliner, we can use HTML stored on our local computer or code visible via a URL. Make sure to save the code we've been creating locally or upload it to a publicly accessible web server for this step.
Let's make sure to save this document either on a local hard drive or remote server. We'll visit http://gsnedders.html5.org/outliner to create our outline.
Using our previous code example, we can generate the following ...