12.2 Parsing HTML documents 12.2 Parsing HTML documents This section only applies to user agents, data mining tools, and conformance checkers. The rules for parsing XML documents into DOM trees are covered by the next section, entitled "The XHTML syntax". User agents must use the parsing rules described in this section to generate the DOM trees from text/html resources. Together, these rules define what is referred to as the HTML parser
Promote Your Content with Structured Data Markup Google Search works hard to understand the content of a page. You can help us by providing explicit clues about the meaning of a page to Google by including structured data on the page. Structured data is a standardized format for providing information about a page and classifying the page content; for example, on a recipe page, what are the ingredients, the cooking time and temperature, the calories, and so on. Google uses structured data that it finds on the web to understand the content of the page, as well as to gather information about the web and the world in general.
intermix English Etymology inter- + mix Verb HTML5 Microdata and Schema.org By Jason Ronallo Foundation HTML elements have semantics. For example, an ol element is an ordered list, and by default gets rendered with numbers for the list items. HTML5 provides new semantic elements like header, nav, article, aside, section and footer that allow more expressiveness for page authors. dire straits English Noun dire straits (plural only) A difficult position To be in dire straits Synonyms See also Wikisaurus:difficult situation Positioning Content - Learn to Code HTML Lesson 5 One of the best things about CSS is that it gives us the ability to position content and elements on a page in nearly any imaginable way, bringing structure to our designs and helping make content more digestible. There are a few different types of positioning within CSS, and each has its own application. In this chapter we’re going to take a look at a few different use cases—creating reusable layouts and uniquely positioning one-off elements—and describe a few ways to go about each. Positioning with Floats#floats
The Semantics of HTML5 Structural Elements — Colinaut I’ve recently decided it was time to revamp catcubed.com. The design will be overhauled and it will be developed using new HTML5 structural elements. I’ve begun this process by researching the proper semantics and layout techniques for these new elements. New Structural Elements in HTML5 Introduction HTML5 brings two new things to the table: new APIs that add essential new features to the open standards web development model, and new structural elements that define specific web page features with much more accurate semantics than were available in HTML 4. You can find articles covering many of the new APIs by looking for Dev.Opera articles marked with the HTML5 tag. This article, on the other hand, focuses on the latter — we will briefly look at how the new semantic elements were chosen, what the main new features are and how they are used, how headings work in HTML5, and browser support for these new elements, including how you can support them in older browsers. The contents are as follows: Introducing HTML5 structural elements