My note taking from this Article
<header>: Used to contain the header of a site.
<footer>: Contains the footer of a site.
<nav>: Contains the navigation functionality for the page.
<article>: Contains a standalone piece of content that would make sense if syndicated as an RSS item, for example a news item.
<section>: Used to either group different articles into different purposes or subjects, or to define the different sections of a single article.
<time>: Used for marking up times and dates.
<aside>: Defines a block of content that is related to the main content around it, but not central to the flow of it.
<hgroup>: Used to wrap more than one heading if you only want it to count as a single heading in the page’s heading structure.
<figcaption>: Used to encapsulate a figure as a single item, and contain a caption for the figure, respectively.
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Notes taken from this article
- Use all lower case
- Always use quotes on attributes
- Don’t close standalone tags (ex: meta, img, input, source) just use > no />
- Close ALL elements that have content
- Don’t quote boolean or standalone attributes