<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>HTML Title Element goes here.</title> </head> <body> <h1>Displayed Page Title</h1> <p>The main content of your page goes here.</p> </body> <footer> © 2020 The Webmaster. All rights reserved. </footer> </html>
<footer>element typically contains information about the section, such as author information, related documents, and copyright data.
- Both the opening and closing tag are required.
<footer>element must not be a descendant of the following elements:
<footer>is not sectioning content.
<footer>does not need to be at the end of a section, although this is the usual placement.
The Footer element only supports the Global Attributes.
- Contact information for the author or editor of a section should be placed in an
<address>element, which may then be placed in the
- Bylines can be placed in either the
- There is a bug in pre-Safari 13 versions that may not expose the
<footer>to Apple’s VoiceOver if the footer is within a
<article>element. This was fixed in Safari 13 that was released on September 20, 2019. If you wish to support older Safari versions, you can add
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