HTML and CSS Reference
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Objective summary
HTML5 introduced new semantic elements to more clearly define sections of an HTML
page. These elements include <section> , <article> , <nav> , <header> , <footer> , <aside> ,
<progress> , <mark> , <igure> , and <igcaption>.
Elements within an HTML page can have their layout controlled when they are in-
cluded inside structures such as <div> elements and/or HTML tables.
HTML5 semantic elements provide the mechanisms necessary to structure the page
more easily for accessibility via screen readers.
Search engines take advantage of HTML5 semantics by leveraging the <article>
element to determine the purpose of the page.
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