Chapter 4. Markup That Adds Meaning

Markup That Adds Meaning

In this chapter we look at the topic of adding additional meaning to your markup through the use of a number of new tags we introduce. Our primary focus is to cover a number of methods of organizing and grouping information. In particular, we explore the importance of using lists—unordered lists, ordered lists, and definition lists (don't worry, we'll introduce each of these fully in due course)—to help group together related information. We also introduce tables, often mistakenly maligned, but useful nonetheless for giving form to tabular data.

By the end of this chapter, you'll be ready to build basic lists that ...

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