How to Add HTML Tags to My Templates

HTML Tags are essential for your site’s SEO. Using them correctly will have a positive impact on your website traffic.

Wrap Elementor Theme parts, such as the header, footer, menu, etc. with HTML tags <header>, <footer>, <nav>, etc.

For example, if you are editing the Header, use the header HTML tag.

  1. Go to the settings for the template part you are working with, such as the header, by clicking the cog in the lower left of the editor panel. 
  2. Under General Settings, click the HTML Tag dropdown.
  3. Choose the “header” tag.

Here are the different types of HTML Tags you can select from:

  1. <div> –  Defines a section in a document
  2. <header> – Defines a header for a document or section. This is useful when you are creating a header template using Elementor Pro.
  3. <footer> – Defines a footer for a document or section
  4. <article> – Defines an article
  5. <section> – Defines a section in a document
  6. <aside> – Defines content aside from the page content
  7. <nav> – Defines navigation links

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