The <HEADER> tag inserts a header. Headers are used to break entries up into logical sections, in exactly the same way as 'crossheads' do in magazines and newspapers.
If you want to break each section down further, then you should use the <SUBHEADER> tag.
Syntax and Usage
The <HEADER> tag acts like the paragraph tag and <P> in that it denotes a paragraph of text that forms a header. In other words treat <HEADER> tags like specialised <P> tags and do not nest <HEADER> blocks inside paragraphs.
Because of the way the Classic skin displays headers, they do not look terribly good if they split over two lines, so try to make your headers short. This problem does not apply to the other skins.
The above header was created using the following code:<HEADER>Example</HEADER>