Heading tags are HTML tags that are used to define the different sections of a web page, and to indicate the hierarchy of the page's content. Heading tags are denoted by the <'h1'>, <'h2'>, <'h3'>, etc. tags in the HTML code of a page.
The <'h1'> tag is used to indicate the main heading of a page, while the <'h2'> tag is used for subheadings, and the <'h3'> tag is used for sub-subheadings, and so on.
Heading tags are important for both users and search engines, as they help to organize the content on a page and make it easier to understand.
For search engines, heading tags can also provide clues about the content and structure of a page, which can help improve the page's visibility in search engine results.