HTML and CSS Reference
<footer> . . . </footer>
Not in HTML 4.01 . Represents information associated with and typically found at the bottom
of a document, article, or section, such as copyright, publication date, author information, or a
list of related links. There is no requirement that the footer come at the end of the section or
document. It could come at or near the beginning if that makes semantic sense.
Flow content, palpable content
Where flow content is expected
Flow content, but it may not contain header , footer , or main elements
HTML5 Global Attributes
<h1>How to Etch Glass</h1>
<p>Start with clean glass...</p>
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