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Assigning heading tags for content display

Sent by Jukka K. Korpela on 2 January 2004 08:08

On Fri, 2 Jan 2004, Dave G wrote:

> 	I'm trying to conform to conventions of CSS for tag assignments.

What conventions? Besides, from the CSS perspective, there are no tags.
Just elements.

> To make a long story short, here's how I've assigned some tags to
> respective content:

It seems that you are asking how to use HTML markup. That's not a CSS
issue. I would recommend reading an HTML primer. See some suggestions at

> <h1> - Web site title that appears top of every page

No, you've got it all wrong. The h1 element means first level heading of a
document (not site), i.e. the top-level heading of a page. In fact, you
gave got _all_ the elements wrong, more or less (mostly more).
You should really learn HTML before trying to use CSS. Make sure that the
page works reasonably without CSS, too, and with any reasonable style
sheet (including situations where your style sheet is ignored and a user
style sheet is used for formatting). Using markup logically is essential
for this.

Jukka "Yucca" Korpela,

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