HTML - Aside (Content Element)


aside 1) is an element:

  • that indicates content
  • that is only tangentially related to the rest of the content.

aside does not indicate parentheticals because it does not specify text that are part of the main content.


The element can be used for:

They can also be used to group nav elements.

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