Using some new HTML5 tags


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Using some new HTML5 tags

HTML has a lot of lesser used, but no less important, tags that are slowly becoming more important as the Semantic Web starts rolling in. These include the <small>, <cite>, <meter>, <abbr>, and <time> tags. Because these tags can be a bit hard to figure out, I'll walk you through them so you can see how they're used. We'll start with the <small> tag. The <small> tag used to be used just to make things smaller, but now it has a specific purpose. The <small> tag wraps legalese or fine print content--things like terms and conditions, rules, legal disclaimers, and so on.

I like to use it in my footers to wrap things like the copyright statement in the bottom of the page, so that it's easier to see that this is a copyright statement. Here is an example of how you'd use it. You simply put it in the <small> tag, write in the fine print you want to use there and then end the <small> tag. The next tag is <cite>. Now, ...

Using some new HTML5 tags
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Using some new HTML5 tags provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Morten Rand-Hendriksen as part of the Improving SEO Using Accessibility Techniques

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