HTML article - how to use <article> tag

The <article> tag defines content that can be used independently, that is, it contains content that has value on its own. For example, in a news website, it will contain a number of news, but each news is an article on its own. This example is similar to a blog where the main page may contain a number of blogs whereas each blog is an independent article. Each article tag should contain a heading element to identify itself.

Note that the <article> can be nested meaning that the inner <article> is related to the outer <article> tag. Also note that, the contact information of an article can be defined by using a <address> tag, though it does not apply to the nested <article> tags.

Attributes

The article tag supports the global and event attributes.

Examples:

<article class="film_review"> <header> <h2>Australia</h2> </header> <section class="main_review"> <p>Great island!</p> </section> <section class="user_reviews"> <article class="user_review"> <p>Cities are great.</p> <footer> <p> Posted on <time datetime="2015-04-10 19:00">Apr 10</time> by Staff. </p> </footer> </article> <article class="user_review"> <p>Kangaroos are great.</p> <footer> <p> Posted on <time datetime="2015-04-11 19:00">Apr 11</time> by Staff. </p> </footer> </article> </section> <footer> <p> Posted on <time datetime="2015-04-11 19:00">Apr 11</time> by Staff. </p> </footer> </article>