Section tag defines the section of documents such as chapters, headers, footers or any other sections. The section tag divides the content into section and subsections. The section tag is used when requirements of two headers or footers or any other section of documents needed. Section tag grouped the generic block of related contents. The main advantage of the section tag is, it is a semantic element, which describes its meaning to both browser and developer.
<section> Section Contents </section>
Section tag is used to distribute the content i.e, it distribute the sections and subsections.
Nested Section tag: The section tag can be nested. The font size of subsection is smaller then section tag if the text contains the same font property. The subsection tag is used for organizing complex documents. A rule of thumb is that section should logically appear in outline of the document.
Supported Browsers: The browser which supports section tag are:
- Google chrome 6.0 and above
- Internet Explorer 9.0 and above
- Mozilla 4.0 and above
- opera 11.1 and above
- Safari 5.0 and above
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