Every website is its own unique monster, with developers and designers putting their own signature voices into the code. But one element that every single website has in common is HTML heading tags. Not only do these headings break up your content into more readable sections, they create the semantic outline of your site so that search engines and accessibility software can tell exactly what content makes up the site. There is occasionally some confusion as to the proper use and function of HTML heading tags, so we want to go through all 6 tiers and discuss how and when to use them correctly.
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