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Dreamweaver CS6 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery Mobile by David Karlins

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Chapter 2. Using HTML5 for Page Structure

In the first chapter of this book, we saw a compressed overview of the basic and foundational techniques for working in Dreamweaver CS6: working in a defined Dreamweaver site, building HTML5 pages, linking CSS stylesheet files, and constraining page content in a <div> container tag.

In this chapter, we'll learn to build web pages in Dreamweaver using HTML5 container tags. These are the following four things we will accomplish by learning to do that:

  • Building page layouts relying exclusively on HTML5 layouts will hone our skills at using these new tools for page design, and introduce HTML5 Code Hints in Dreamweaver
  • Relying on standardized and defined HTML5 layout elements (as opposed to custom-defined, irregularly-implemented ...

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