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Chapter 40. Using Text Elements Properly > Working with Header Tags

Working with Header Tags

HTML provides six levels of headers—h1 through h6—in descending order of structural and visual importance, as Figure 40.1 shows. First-level headings are bold and large, like the main headline on the front page of a newspaper. Second-level headings are not quite as large, like the supplemental or section headlines in the paper. On it goes, until you get to sixth-level headings, which are like the bold text at the beginning of a classified ad: not much of a headline, but a headline nonetheless.

Figure 40.1. HTML defines six levels of headings.



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