Footer Element

HTML Today, we are going to study the footer element in HTML5. The footer typically contains copyright notices, author, related links such as disclaimers or other similar data.

A footer can also be used to place the content of appendices, indexes or similiar content, such as in a legal agreement.

A simple example of the footer element is as follows:
   Copyright © 2013; All Rights Reserved. <a href="/">Disclaimer</a>;

The footer element can be used more than once on a single webpage. For example, you can have a footer for the entire page and then footer for the article of the page.

<h1>ABC Toy Inc Press Releases</h1>
   <h2>ABC Toy Truck Will Come Out in Time for Christmas</h2>
   Originally, ABC Toy Truck was so popular that it was sold out...
       Date: 9/13/2013 by Mystic C.
       Copyright © ABC Inc. 2013; All Rights Reversed.


We have previously discussed using the nav element for navigation. Footer often contains a short list of links, such as copyright, disclaimers,etc. While the nav element can be used, it would be simple enough to use only the footer element.

1 comment :

Florida Web Application Development said...

Now-a-Days second type of footer is very much common and the craze of big Headers and Footers is on its way, people now really love such headers and footers. Ultimately you'll have to do what your visitors demand, so you like what your visitors like :)