HTML - Section Element


The section element 1) is one of the sectioning element that creates a section

The section element is one way to define a section in HTML. If you want to create sections of your document, see the other sectioning element on this page: HTML - Sections (Sectioning Content Element)


The section element is typically written with a:


 <h1>My Cats</h1>
 <p>You can play with my cat. I'm quite proud of it.</p>

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