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Semantic vs. Non-Semantic Elements

Lesson 13/19 | Study Time: 5 Min
Semantic vs. Non-Semantic Elements

Semantic elements: Convey meaningful information about the structure of the page. (Short: Convey meaning and structure.)
     ⁕ Examples include <header>, <main>, <nav>, <article>, <aside>, <figure>, <footer>.
Non-Semantic elements: Purely presentational, used for styling.
     ⁕ Examples include <div>, <span>.


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