Thierry Koblentz wrote:
> It is about semantic markup, we should use HTML elements for the
> information they convey, not for how they display.
Yes, it's all about semantic markup - the very base for conscious web
However, a general problem here on css-d is that "semantics" is pretty
much "off-topic" - unless (maybe if) the OP supply something that is so
weak on markup level that it simply can't be (visually) solved with CSS.
Subsequently, the OP gets to define the "semantics" (or not), and I
get to respond with a CSS solution (if there is one) with almost
complete disregard of "semantic markup". Not an ideal situation, but at
least it reduces the number of cases worth responding to - on css-d.
It also provides me with loads of examples of weaknesses on the basic
level and above, which is useful (to me) even if I don't/can't respond.
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