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Solid Structure, Appropriate Markup

Earlier this month I mentioned SimpleBits' SimpleQuiz, a terrific series to help you think about the markup you choose and why. All month they’ve had fascinating discussions about structural markup and preferred methods. So far they’ve covered the following:

SimpleBits' Dan Cederholm went ahead and created a section for this, too, at SimpleBits | SimpleQuiz with the quiz, thoughts, and conclusions. It’s all well worth checking out and following.

See also my recent article, reference on using appropriate markup and solid structure: Semantics, HTML, XHTML, and Structure.

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