# Block specifics

# HTML Tag

HTML tags are like keywords which define how the web browser will format, display and understand the content.

These tags basically highlight portions of your content for a search engine. They are not necessary, but considerably improve the SEO value of your web page.

# Apply an HTML tag to a block

  1. Select a block
  2. Open the block inspector
  3. Navigate to the primary tab
  4. Select the appropriate tag from the HTML Tag field

# Available HTML tags

Cwicly allows you to use various HTML5 semantic tags for your blocks and content. 

Div The Div tag (division tag) is the most general and useable tag in web development. If the block you are working on doesn't have a specific semantic tag that can be attached to it, it is best to use the div tag.

Header The Header tag isolates the top part of the web page. It generally contains a logo and a navigation menu.

Footer The Footer tag isolates the bottom part of the web page. It generally contains meta information.

Main The Main tag represents the main topic or core content of the web page. A web page should only contain one unique main element.

Article The Article tag isolates a post from the rest of the code, makes it portable. It implies the content is independent and self-contained (e.g. blog post). 

Section The Section tag isolates content inside a group (i.e. the content relates to a single theme), and should appear as an entry in an outline of the page.

Aside The Aside tag isolates supplementary content that is not part of the main content.

Nav The Nav tag isolates navigation menus, groups of navigational elements. It is only to be used for important navigation blocks.