HTML 5 has come out with a few tags for parts of our page that hold more special meanings.
<article> specifies independent, self-contained content. Imagine replicating a traditional newspaper page with numerous articles.
<section> defines sections of a document. This can be used to break apart pieces of an article, or the chapters, headers or footers.
<header> element represents a container for introductory content or a set of navigational links.
A header can contain:
<footer> defines a footer for a document or section.
A footer can contain:
<aside>contains content that is aside from the content it is placed in, but still related to the surrounding content.
<nav> element defined a set of navigation links. This is often what you see at the top or side of most pages.
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