The <address> element is to be used explicitly for marking up contact informationfor its nearest <article> or <body> ancestor. To […]

How many times have you wanted to create a simple open and close widget on yourpage? A piece of summary […]

The HTML specification relates that the <figure> element:“…can thus be used to annotate illustrations, diagrams, photos, code listings, etc.”So we […]

A blockquote is used to markup text that is quoted from somewhere else. You don’thave to wrap the text with […]

The <p> element is used to markup a paragraph. However, don’t think that meansit can only be used on text […]

The most ubiquitous grouping element is the <div>. The <div> is so widely usedbecause it is opinion-less. It conveys nothing. […]

Something I wasn’t aware of initially is that using h1-h6 tags to mark up headingsand subheadings is discouraged. I’m talking […]

Ordinarily, for an HTML document, headings would begin with an h1 for themain page title and then progress to using […]

Like the <header>, the <footer> element doesn’t take part in the outline algorithm(more on that in the following section) so […]

Practically, the <header> can be used for the “masthead” area of a site’s header butalso as an introduction to other […]