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  1. Hey there, I am having a bit of an argument with myself on how best to organize a general page, in this specific instance for a blog. Reading online you get many different perspectives on how to organize the page, however generally you get something like this: <header> <nav> </nav> </header> <main> <article> <h2>Heading</h2> <p>Date: YY/MM/DD</p> <p>Author: Name</p> <p>Article Content</p> </article> </main> <aside> </aside> <footer> </footer>
  2. Hello, I’m restructuring the html code of my site to have the best semantic markup as possible but I struggle with the <article> and <section> tags. I know there are lots of documentations on the internet on how to use these tags. I’ve read many of them but the more I read about <article> and <section>, the more I get confused on how to use them properly, mainly because I’ve seen a lot of contradictory examples from a site to another. I understand that a <section> is used to regroup elements sharing information on a similar thematic whereas
  3. Whats The Difference Between Home And Introduction Sections? Should I skip home section? Is home section important?
  4. How is the section tag defined in HTML? What can be done with it? How is it used? How is it formatted? Can it be used much as sections are used in a word processor?
  5. The <code> has gone wierd on me , so I'll just reply to this Post.
  6. I'm adopting HTML5 and decided trying to apply it in one of my existing sites would be a good way to learn how it behaves. I am attaching a file that behaves in a way that I am trying to understand. I have excised all irrelevant code. It is an interactive site written in php. As you will see if you open the page in a browser, the HTML5 section element seems to reduce the size of my text as opposed to div. I have played with this for several hours trying unsuccessfully to figure out what's going on. Can anyone offer a reason or even a hypothesis? Incidentally, if you exchange main and s
  7. Although Name tag works, the validator chokes on it and I tried the suggested Section tag but it has too much baggage and ruins the image of my web page. Is there a replacement for Name? I have my glossary hyperlinked with `<a href="#Electronics"> Electronics </a>` and `<a name="Electronics"></a>` as the landing mark. It works perfectly because I can send the reader to the center of a paragraph when I need to. Apparently it is now obsolete. I finally found the method to use the Section tag. I still use the same `href` but have Section instead of Name. I
  8. I am building a web page that's part of a contacts system. The page enables the user to search for a contact and after finding a contact they can view and edit that contacts details in the web page. The page consists of a number of tables that I want to control using HTML 5 and CSS 3. In full screen mode (e.g. on a desktop machine) there are up to 4 tables across the page. I need the page to convert to a single, narrow column of tables when the screen width gets narrower (e.g. when on a mobile phone). I've attached 2 screen shots. The first shows the page in full screen mode:
  9. Dear all, I have just started using HTML5. I tried coding <article> <a id="top"></a> etc </article> to set an anchor point so that I could jump to the top of the current page. This appeared to work when using Firefox but not when using IE9 I then tried <article><section> <a id="top"></a> etc </section> </article> This appeared to work with both Firefox and IE9. Is this just a quirk of IE or must anchors always be in a section element? Does anyone know of a central source where I can find oth
  10. While i was browsing in the forum i saw at the top of the section a pinned topic 'Tutorial ...' and i thought of this 'Tutorials Section' . I'm not quite sure whether there's already a section like this in the forum (if yes sorry for posting this topic), or if there are many topics-tutorials like this, but i think a section like this might be helpful.What i have in mind is some tutorials that cover the basics, the fundamentals or the general guide in some projects, for example making a login-register system with php & mysql, or maybe a custom cms, or perhaps a shopping cart / e-shop, mayb
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