Archive for the ‘Semantics’ Category

Building a Good Download… Button?

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The semantics inherent in HTML elements tell us what we’re supposed to use them for. Need a heading? You’ll want a heading element. Want a paragraph? Our trusty friend <p> is here, loyal as ever. Want a download? Well, you’re going to want....

The Document Outline Dilemma

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For the past few weeks there has been lots of talk about HTML headings in web standards circles. Perhaps you've seen some of the blog posts, tweets, and GitHub issue threads. Headings have been part of HTML since the very first websites at CERN, so it ...

Will we be flattening our HTML for CSS Grids?

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I was watching Rachel Andrew talk about CSS Grid Layout yesterday at An Event Apart. Grid is amazing and the day will soon come where it's a dominant web layout tool of choice. That day isn't here yet though, as no stable browser is shipping the latest...

(To use or not-to-use) Classes

Love me some blog debates! Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Baby Bear. Direct Link to Article — Permalink (To use or not-to-use) Classes is a post from CSS-Tricks