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The spec is a little open to interpretation—“typically with a heading” is quite different to the “With very few exceptions, section should not be used if there is no natural heading for it” here. I’ve probably been using it a little more broadly than this too eg for next/previous navigation (with no title element). Exactly how related does the generic chunk of related content need to be? :)

“Authors are also encouraged to explicitly wrap sections in elements of sectioning content, instead of relying on the implicit sections generated by having multiple headings in one element of sectioning content.” from .

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Thank you for posting this how-to & making it so understandable! I was becoming very frustrated trying to send You Tube links only to have them fail.

Not yet, the project hasn’t launched yet but as I’m building this structure into all my templates I’m hoping to get clarity before launching something messed up on the world. :)

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Thank you for your kind comment; I am happy that you were able to use the video. There weill be another slide presentation coming soon – by next week – so please pop back and visit.
Let me know if there is another how-to that you would like.

What happens with ADs?It’s a secondary element, there is NO structural tag to make it secondary.

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# Rules of thumb for using section
# Of course, there are always exceptions, but these should give useful guidance for 99% of cases:
# * Don’t use it just as hook for styling or scripting; that’s a div

Very good article. I’m experiencing a few of these issues as well..

Looks like the div’s are still alive and perfect for just adding in style and scripts! Ah-ha because they are not semantic technically as they do not contain any data or actual content. Thus section is highly inappropriate
for use in my example and question! Thanks!!

Thanks for the info Doctor, I feel fine now…. AAAAAARRRRRGGHHHHH!

On the content part, it depends. If it’s something that is meant to be a section on the site structure, then put a section and name it, “main-content-section”, and it will be the section were the main content will reside.
If there’s no header (only with semantic content we can dispute this), then, a DIV will do it.

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Thank you so much, Winifred! I’m sorry your comment got lost somehow. When I write a long comment now, I copy it first so that I don’t have to rewrite the whole thing – or not, as in your case.
I’m happy you like Granny’s blog – lots more to come! Please let me know if you want any special How To recorded, and I will do my best to do it for you quickly.

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@Márcio – Yes that’s exactly how Article and Section are designed to be used, Articles and Section can be nested inside one another as much as it makes semantic sense to do so.

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