Not all HTML tags are created equal.

The introduction of the HTML5 specification brought with it a host of new semantic tags, giving more meaning to HTML tags. This meant that web designers no longer needed to produce swatches of <div> tags to build their site structure.

The basic semantic HTML tags such as <header><footer> and <nav> are almost self explanatory. But, there are a host of newer HTML tags that web designers need to be using as well. Here we pick eight HTML tags that you should be using right now and briefly explain how they should be used. Plus, you’ll find five HTML tags that need to be replaced immediately if you are still using them.

Source: 8 HTML tags you need to be using (and 5 to avoid) | Creative Bloq

Edelleye Digital

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