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Sams Teach Yourself HTML, CSS & JavaScript Web Publishing in One Hour a Day, Covering HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery, Seventh Edition by Jennifer Kyrnin, Rafe Colburn, Laura Lemay

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Lesson 13. Structuring a Page with HTML5

Once you’ve designed a few websites, you begin to notice a pattern. Most web pages have a similar structure, with a header, footer, navigation, and sections. The authors of the HTML5 specification added support for additional structural tags to make it easier for authors to create web pages with a tag structure that matches the meaning behind those tags. Most of the new tags in HTML5 are new structural elements.

This lesson will cover the following topics:

Image A review of how page layout approaches have evolved over the history of HTML

How to lay out a page using HTML5 tags

An overview of the new structural ...

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