Each of the tags used in HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) architecture has been created to serve a purpose, and web browsers read these tags, turn them into visuals and present them to users.
So how much attention is paid to the use of the right HTML tag in the right place when creating websites?
In some websites, the <div> tag has been used instead of the <p> (paragraph) tag created for the content area in the page. Although the same results are presented to users visually in both uses, the situation is not the same for search engines.
The <div> tag is generally used to specify an address on websites, since the <address> tag was created for this purpose, it would be more accurate to use this tag when specifying an address.
Of the heading tags (h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6) used to indicate the main heading and subheadings on the page, more than 1 h1 tag is used, since each page needs only 1 h1 tag, it would be wrong to use more than 1 tag.