7 Alternatives to the <div> HTML Tag

In the early stages of learning how to structure an HTML document, it’s not uncommon to end up with what some developers call “div soup.” Need a content section your homepage? Wrap in a div! Building a sidebar? Div it up! Three column layout? Div, div, div!
There isn’t anything functionally wrong with writing HTML this way. Browsers will still be able to render your markup and display your content to users. The primary issue with heavy use of

tags is that they lack semantic meaning. Writing Semantic HTML gives your markup meaning to web browsers and screen readers, can help with SEO, makes it easier to debug code, and more.

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