This element only includes the global attributes.
<hgroup> element allows the grouping of a heading with any secondary content, such as subheadings, an alternative title, or tagline. Each of these types of content represented as a
<p> element within the
<hgroup> itself has no impact on the document outline of a web page. Rather, the single allowed heading within the
<hgroup> contributes to the document outline.
<!doctype html> <title>HTML Standard</title> <body> <hgroup id="document-title"> <h1>HTML: Living Standard</h1> <p>Last Updated 12 July 2022</p> </hgroup> <p>Some intro to the document.</p> <h2>Table of contents</h2> <ol id="toc"> … </ol> <h2>First section</h2> <p>Some intro to the first section.</p> </body>
<hgroup> presently has no strong accessibility semantics. The content of the element (a heading and optional paragraphs) is what is exposed by browser accessibility APIs.
|Content categories||Flow content, heading content, palpable content.|
Zero or more
|Tag omission||None, both the starting and ending tag are mandatory.|
|Permitted parents||Any element that accepts flow content.|
|Implicit ARIA role||No corresponding role|
|Permitted ARIA roles||Any|
|HTML Standard |
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