Keith J. Grant:
For the next few blog posts, I’m going to explore some aspects of HTML5 that maybe haven’t received as much attention as they deserve.
As a warm up, I’ll look at some elements from HTML5 that most web developers probably are somewhat familiar with:
<aside>, and other structural, semantic elements. Even if you already use these elements, you might just learn a few new things along the way (I know I did as I researched this).
I really enjoyed this article. I try to be as semantic as possible in my markup, but Keith’s post shed light on things I didn’t know—especially the impact certain elements can have on accessibility.