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HTML Headings

Headings

HTML headings are used to create different levels of headings on a web page, with <h1> being the most important and <h6> being the least. Headings help to organize the content of a web page, making it easy for users to understand the structure of the information presented.

Code Example

				
					<h1>Main heading</h1>
<h2>Subheading</h2>
<h3>Sub-subheading</h3>
<h4>Sub-sub-subheading</h4>
<h5>Sub-sub-sub-subheading</h5>
<h6>Sub-sub-sub-sub-subheading</h6>

				
			

As you can see, each heading level is defined by a different HTML tag: <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, etc. The text enclosed in these tags will be rendered as headings in the browser.

It’s important to use headings correctly, as it makes your content more accessible to users, including those using assistive technology such as screen readers. The <h1> tag should be used for the main heading of the page, <h2> for the main sections, <h3> for sub-sections and so on.

You can also style your headings using CSS, for example you can change the color, size, font and more.

Keep in mind that headings are not just for visual appeal, but also for structuring and organizing the content, allowing users to understand the content better.

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