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Defining the Structure of Your Document - 06

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Moving beyond the text, this lesson discusses how to give semantic meaning to the various elements of a web page using header, footer, aside, nave, h1 through h2, article, section, and more.

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  • Angel MedinaAngel Medina

    Thanks for the lessons. You don't know how much this is helping me at my current job. You just been bookmarked!

    Thanks again!

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  • alijamalijam

    I really wanna thank you for this awesome contribution. ;)

  • VishwasVishwas

    Thanks Bob for sharing your talent!...

  • BrunoBruno

    Perfect lessons, great job thanks!

  • JeromeJerome

    You didnt use hgroup tag for your h tags in your lesson 6 example!

    So far I haven't learned a lot about technical HTML 5 stuff. But learned a lot so far about the semantics! I thought I was a tidy coder, until now. You have a lot of knowledge about html and open up a new side to webpages and html that I never knew really existed. I agree, maybe in the near future semantics will play a big role with how the browser renders pages!


  • @Jerome: re: hgroup ... it's been cut from the HTML5 spec:


    ... and from reading about it I got the sense that it wasn't going to last (I couldn't see the SEMANTIC value in it ... seemed like an extra hook for CSS ... seems like others agreed).

    Glad the videos had some value to you!  Smiley  Good luck!


  • Thanks Bob  .. thank you very much.. Smiley

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