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<dfn style="font-style:italic;font-weight:bold">semantic class names</dfn> are HTML class names deliberately chosen to reflect the meaning (semantics) of the content being marked up, rather than the presentation (style). semantic class names have been a part of a modern web design since 2002[http://tantek.com/log/2002/12.html#L20021216] (please research and add earlier citations if found), and are a part of the practice of [[semantic HTML]] authoring, also known as [[POSH]].
 
<dfn style="font-style:italic;font-weight:bold">semantic class names</dfn> are HTML class names deliberately chosen to reflect the meaning (semantics) of the content being marked up, rather than the presentation (style). semantic class names have been a part of a modern web design since 2002[http://tantek.com/log/2002/12.html#L20021216] (please research and add earlier citations if found), and are a part of the practice of [[semantic HTML]] authoring, also known as [[POSH]].
  

Latest revision as of 16:32, 18 July 2020

semantic class names are HTML class names deliberately chosen to reflect the meaning (semantics) of the content being marked up, rather than the presentation (style). semantic class names have been a part of a modern web design since 2002[1] (please research and add earlier citations if found), and are a part of the practice of Semantic HTML authoring, also known as posh.

For more on semantic class names, see:

see also