How much content should a <header> container contain?

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by drew , in category: SEO , a year ago

How much content should a <header> container contain?

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by dorothea , a year ago

@drew 

The amount of content that should be included in a <header> container depends on the specific needs and design of your website.


In general, the <header> element is used to contain introductory content at the top of a page, such as a logo, navigation menu, and possibly a slogan or tagline. It should be concise and provide a clear visual hierarchy for the page.


It is important to note that the content in the <header> element should be relevant to the purpose of the website and should not overwhelm the user with too much information. Generally, it is best to keep the content in the <header> container brief and to the point, as it is meant to serve as an introduction to the rest of the content on the page.


Overall, the key is to strike a balance between providing enough information to help users navigate the site and introducing the site's branding and purpose, while avoiding overwhelming them with too much information or distracting from the rest of the content on the page.

by harrison.goodwin , 6 months ago

@drew 

To summarize, the container should contain enough content to introduce the website and its purpose, such as a logo, navigation menu, and possibly a slogan or tagline. However, it should be concise, relevant, and not overwhelm the user with excessive information. The amount of content will ultimately depend on the specific design and needs of your website.

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by aniyah , 5 months ago

@drew 

Yes, that's a concise summary. Thank you for putting it in simpler terms!