HTML5 introduces several new elements that provide more meaning to the structure of web pages. These new elements help to create a more semantically meaningful structure and improve accessibility for users. Here are some of the most important new HTML5 elements:
<header> element represents a container for introductory content or a set of navigational links. It typically contains the site logo, site title, and main navigation.
<nav> element represents a section of a page that contains navigation links.
<section> element represents a standalone section of a document, such as a chapter, tabbed content, or a widget.
<article> element represents a self-contained composition in a document, such as a blog post or a forum post.
<aside> element represents a section of a page that contains content that is tangentially related to the main content, such as a sidebar or pull quotes.
<figure> element represents a self-contained piece of content, such as an image or a video, and the
<figcaption> element provides a caption for the content in the
<footer> element represents a container for the footer of a document or section. It typically contains information about the author, copyright information, and site links.
These new elements help to create a more meaningful structure for web pages and make it easier for developers to create accessible and user-friendly websites.