HTML: Independent Section
In addition to the
<section> tag, the
<article> tag is also used to designate a section. It's intended to mark up a section that can be used independently and is not structurally bound to a specific page. For example, a block with the exchange rate, the weather, or a preview of the news or articles. Although these blocks may relate directly to the current page, they are an independent unit, which does not lose its meaning if you look at it out of context.
Due to the fact that
<article> can be used by itself, it always contains within itself a header.
<header> <img src="/logo.png" alt="Logo"> <!-- Site Logo --> <nav> <!-- Menu --> <ul> <li><a href="/">Home</a></li> <li><a href="/about">About</a></li> <li><a href="/contacts">Contacts</a></li> </ul> </nav> </header> <main> <p>The main content of the page. This can be an article, a description of a service, data, contact information, or a form to order a service</p> <section class="callback-form"> <h2>Place an order</h2> <form> <!-- Here is the service order form --> </form> </section> <section class="more"> <h2>Read also</h2> <article class="article-block"> <h3>Service 2</h3> <p>New service description</p> <a href="#">Service link</a> </article> <article class="article-block"> <h3>Service 3</h3> <p>New service description</p> <a href="#">Service link</a> </article> <article class="article-block"> <h3>Service 4</h3> <p>New service description</p> <a href="#">Service link</a> </article> </section> </main>
<article> itself is wrapped in
<section>, as this section is directly linked to the current page and shows similar services. And services are marked with
<article>. They can be taken out of context, and it will still be clear that this is a description of the specific service we offer.
Create a website header. It should consist of 2 elements:
- Navigation section. It should contain a bulleted list with two elements
<main> section. Inside, create a section with a header with an
<h2> tag and two blocks describing the new services.
Don't forget that inside the
<article> tag, there should be a header. Mark up these headers with the
The exercise doesn't pass checking. What to do? 😶
If you've reached a deadlock it's time to ask your question in the «Discussions». How ask a question correctly:
- Be sure to attach the test output, without it it's almost impossible to figure out what went wrong, even if you show your code. It's complicated for developers to execute code in their heads, but having a mistake before their eyes most probably will be helpful.
In my environment the code works, but not here 🤨
Tests are designed so that they test the solution in different ways and against different data. Often the solution works with one kind of input data but doesn't work with others. Check the «Tests» tab to figure this out, you can find hints at the error output.
My code is different from the teacher's one 🤔
It's fine. 🙆 One task in programming can be solved in many different ways. If your code passed all tests, it complies with the task conditions.
In some rare cases, the solution may be adjusted to the tests, but this can be seen immediately.
I've read the lessons but nothing is clear 🙄
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If the area does not lose its meaning outside the page, it can be wrapped in
All areas in
articlemust have a header