Lisa Linn Allen: Why and How You Should Be Using Semantic Markup

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November 7, 2016

Semantic markup may no longer be a groundbreaking idea, but many modern web developers do not truly understand the concept. Good, semantic markup is the foundation of – and easy path to – an accessible and responsive web site that plays nice with search engines and virtually any other user agent you can imagine. But even if you understand semantic markup, your clients probably don’t, and keeping things semantic when they’re turned loose in TinyMCE can be a challenge.

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WordCamp Raleigh 2016 34

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