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HTML <section> Tag


The <section> tag defines a block or area in a document.

HTML <section>

The <section> element represents a generic self contained standalone block of a document.

Sections should always have a heading and be followed by descriptions, if it is not a generic section.

Generic sections like <div> are used to create opportunities to place other elements.

Global attributes

Global attributes may be applied on all elements, although some elements may have no effect on them.

<accesskey>, <class>, <contenteditable>, <contextmenu>, <data-*>, <dir>, <draggable>, <dropzone>, <hidden>, <id>, <lang>, <spellcheck>, <style>, <tabindex>, <title>, <translate>.

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