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- March 1, 2019 at 5:40 pm #54243
Semantic HTML or semantic markup is HTML that acquaints significance with the site page as opposed to simply an introduction. For instance, a <p> tag demonstrates that the encased content is a section. This is both semantic and presentational in light of the fact that individuals recognize what sections are and programs realize how to show them.
On the other side of this condition, tags like <b> and <i> are not semantic, on the grounds that they characterize just how the content should look (bold or italic) and don’t give any extra importance to the markup.
Instances of semantic HTML tags incorporate the header tags h1 through h6, blockquote, code and em. There are a lot increasingly semantic HTML tags that can be utilized as you build a website.
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