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In this below - why are there two <h4>? I thought there could only be 6 headlines in total, but I didn't hear in any video that we could use one headline twice? I got this from the teachers notes. Thanks!

<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>All About Joy's Page</title> <link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans' rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> <link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet"> </head>
<body> <img src="joy.jpg" alt="joy">

 <h1>Joy Kesten</h1>


 <h3>San Francisco</h3>

 <h4>What I do:</h4>
 <p>I'm a teacher at Treehouse, but you should write in what you do here!</p>

<h4>What I enjoy doing:</h4>
<p>When I'm not writing code, I like to surf and play music. Your turn, write in something that makes you happy, or things you like to do in your free time.</p>

</body> </html>

1 Answer

Kevin Gates
Kevin Gates
15,053 Points

They are 6 levels of headlines, but you can use each level as much as you want (meaning there isn't a technical restriction). You may not normally want more than one h1 tag per page, but that is more for SEO reasons.