Difference Between Article and Section Tag

In this blog you will came to know the difference between 

 and
tag.

Introduction

 
In this blog, you will come to know about The difference between <article> and <section> tag.
 
The <article> element is a special type of <section>. <article >has more specific meaning as compare to <section> that is, it is independentself-contained block of related content.
 
We can  use <section>,  but we mostly use <article>  to  gives more specific meaning to the content.
 
<section> is only a block of related content, and <div> is only a block of content. Also, we here mentioned the pubdate attribute does not apply in <section>.
 
The pubdate attribute is used as for one-time attribute in <article>. If it is present, it indicates that the <time> element is the date, the <article> was published. It can be written in several ways, the most popular being:
 
pubdate
pubdate="pubdate"
 
 To decide which of  three elements is appropriate, choose the first suitable option:
  1. Would the content would make sense on its own in a feed reader? If so use <article>
  2. Is the content related? if so use <section>
  3. Finally, if there's no semantic relationship use <div>
Here is an example of <section> containing <article>
  1. <h1>Articles on: Fruit</h1>  
  2. <article>  
  3.     <h2>Apple</h2>  
  4.     <p>The apple is the pomaceous fruit of the apple tree...</p>  
  5. </article>  
  6. <article>  
  7.     <h2>Orange</h2>  
  8.     <p>The orange is a hybrid of ancient cultivated origin, possibly between pomelo and tangerine...</p>  
  9. </article>  
  10. <article>  
  11.     <h2>Banana</h2>  
  12.     <p>Bananas come in a variety of sizes and colors when ripe, including yellow, purple, and red...</p>  
  13. </article>undefined</section>  
Output
 
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