HTML5 Structural Elements—Non-Sectioning Elements

When should you use an HTML5 header element? How about a footer element? Do you use one of each per page or do you add them to sections throughout your content as the spec recommends?

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HTML5 Structural Elements—Sectioning Elements

Are you using any of the new HTML5 structural elements in your work? Have you replaced div class=”nav” with the nav element? Do you know when to use elements like article, section, and aside?

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The HTML5 Document Outline

The HTML 4 document outline, while easy to understand, has a few issues. It doesn’t allow for tangential content and it can be difficult to merge content from multiple documents. The HTML5 document outline and the new structural elements solve those problems in theory.

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HTML Structural Elements And The Document Outline

Do you use the new HTML5 structural elements like header, aside, article, and footer? I asked that question back in December when I recorded and posted some thoughts about the new HTML5 structural elements. My thoughts were mainly to wonder aloud if there was any reason to use the new elements.

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Thoughts About HTML5 Structural Elements

Do you use the new HTML5 structural elements like header, aside, article, and footer? If so, do you do use them because of the added semantics they carry?

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