The intent of HTML is to provide structure and meaning for your content to be read by other software, such as the browser, screen readers, and web crawlers. While humans can read content even when it’s not well-formed, software needs a set of strict rules in order to parse it and do its work. Software is not intuitive and cannot read your mind or intent. It needs to be structure and a set of well-formed, strict guidelines. HTML provides this for us.
The intent of markup is:
- to give you anchors for styling
- to give more meaning for your content through microdata and attributes.
Let’s talk about the intent of HTML and markup.
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- 2 The Why of the Genesis Frameworkfree 09:26
- 3 Web Page Sequencefree 07:33
- 4 Web Page Sequence - in the Codefree 14:54
- 5 The Intent of HTML and its Markupfree 08:45
- 6 The Intent of the Themefree 11:17
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- 8 Visual Hook Guide and the HTML - Headerfree 10:10
- 9 Visual Hook Guide and the HTML - Contentfree 10:01
- 10 Visual Hook Guide and the HTML - Sidebarfree 09:22
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- 16 Initializing Genesisfree 06:09
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