The HTML5 <hgroup> tag

The <hgroup> tag is used to group heading with associated sub-headings. More specifically it can say that HTML5 <hgroup> element is used for grouping <h1> – <h6> tags. It works just like a container of two or more related heading elements.

The <hgroup> tag was newly introduced and also subsequently been dropped from the W3C HTML5 specification. However, it is still included in the WHATWG Living Standard specification.

Web browser support:

HTML5 <hgroup> tag is supported by latest versions of all web browsers. Internet Explorer 8 or earlier versions of Internet Explorer do not support this tag.

There is a HTML5 <hgroup> element example given below:

<h1>Title of article goes here</h1>
<h2>Sub-title of article goes here</h2>
</hgroup>Article content goes here...


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