HTML - Main (Content of Body)


main 1) is an element that represents the main [[content|content of the body of a document or application.

It has implicitly the main aria role.

To represent the main content, you may also use a more specific element such as article.

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HTML - (Flow|Body) Content

Most elements that are used in the body of documents and applications are categorized as flow content. Flow content consists of flow elements intermixed with normal character data. (ifbodhead...
HTML - Article Element

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HTML - Aside (Content Element)

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