Semantic HTML for Web Content

With a little bit of effort, we can make our markup more meaningful. But why put in extra time and resources to implement semantic HTML? Most users don’t read our HTML. And they only care about what’s on the screen. Semantic HTML is really just...

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Author: Six Revisions

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