This posts outline for beginning webmasters how to structure a CommonSpot page using html codes. This discussion is on chunks, paragraphs and headings.
Think of your favorite book.
This book has a title—only one main title—and the information in your book is divided into chapters with each chapter having its own title. This is also true for well-built web pages. There is a main heading—there’s only one—and the content is “chunked” into sections made up of paragraphs. Each section has its own heading.
Not only does using this basic hierarchical structure make your content easy to read, it’s also accessible to a screen reader which helps those users who might be listening to your page.
A very simple page’s code starts out like this:
blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah