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HTML5 Quick Markup Reference by Wallace Jackson

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© Wallace Jackson 2016

Wallace Jackson, HTML5 Quick Markup Reference, 10.1007/978-1-4302-6536-8_9

9. HTML5 Organization: Document Content Hierarchy

Wallace Jackson

(1)Lompoc, California, USA

Let’s discuss tags which allow developers to implement content hierarchy into their HTML5 designs, such as different levels of document content, called headings, which use six different levels of “h” tags, and DTP (desktop publishing) tools such as address areas and horizontal rules, to divide the content visually. These allow you to organize your document content into logical topical sections. They’re also utilized by search engines for indexing text-based content and for SEO ranking text-based content.

In this chapter, I go over the primary tags for implementing ...

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