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HTML5 Developer’s Cookbook by Tom Leadbetter, Chuck Hudson

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2. Grouping, Text-Level, and Redefined Semantics

In the previous chapter, you learned about several new HTML5 elements. Those elements enable you to create the main structure of the page. In this chapter, you will learn about more new HTML5 elements (namely, figure, time, details, and mark), as well as some elements that have been redefined (address, s, cite, ol, dl, small, b, strong, i, em, abbr, and hr). You will also look at new block-level links and WAI-ARIA. These elements are known as grouping or text-level elements and deal with the content of the page.

Beginner Recipe: Marking Up Figures and Captions with the figure and figcaption Elements

The figure element allows you to wrap an image and give it a description. Previously, you would ...

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