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Chapter 5. Formatting Your Text > Organize the Page

Organize the Page

After you’ve placed some basic paragraphs on your page, you may be ready to break them up a bit. You can do that with two different elements discussed in this section: headings and horizontal lines. Headings are very important to a well-organized page, particularly one that offers a lot of text. Horizontal lines can be helpful, too, in defining sections of a Web document visually.

Add Headings

Heading elements are containers, and unlike many other XHTML elements, they double as paragraph elements. Ranging from level 1 to level 6, headings enable you to create different levels of emphasized headlines to organize your Web page. This is an example:


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