World Health Organization Announces Major Progress in Malaria

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It’s really up to you what the elements involved represent, as long as the hierarchy makes sense. You just need to bear in mind a few best practices as you create such structures:

Preferably, you should use a single

per page—this is the top level heading, and all others sit below this in the hierarchy.
Make sure you use the headings in the correct order in the hierarchy. Don’t use

elements to represent subheadings, followed by

elements to represent sub-subheadings—that doesn’t make sense and will lead to weird results.
Of the six heading levels available, you should aim to use no more than three per page, unless you feel it is necessary. Documents with many levels (for example, a deep heading hierarchy) become unwieldy and difficult to navigate. On such occasions, it is advisable to spread the content over multiple pages if possible.
Why do we need structure?
To answer this question, let’s take a look at text-start.html—the starting point of our running example for this article (a nice hummus recipe). You should save a copy of this file on your local machine, as you’ll need it for the exercises later on. This document’s body currently contains multiple pieces of content. They aren’t marked up in any way, but they are separated with line breaks (Enter/Return pressed to go onto the next line). However, when you open the document in your browser, you’ll see that the text appears as a big chunk!

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