- Element of
- Semantic Markup
- What does
- The <section> element is a structural HTML element used to group together related elements. Each <section> typically includes one or more heading elements and additional elements presenting related content.
- semantic | structural
<section> <h1>Pink Flamingos</h1> <p>Plastic flamingos have been used as garden ornaments since the late 1950s.</p> </section>
Plastic flamingos have been used as garden ornaments since the late 1950s.
<section> is a new HTML 5 element that defines an important section of a document. It can be used within articles, in the header or footer, or to define navigation. If a part of the content deserves its own heading, and that heading would be listed in a theoretical or actual table of contents, it should be placed in a
<section>. The key exception is where the content may be syndicated; in this case, use
<article> element instead.
Browser Support for section