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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], and are a part of the practice of [[semantic HTML]] authoring, also known as [[POSH]].
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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]].
  
 
For more on semantic class names, see:
 
For more on semantic class names, see:

Revision as of 20:41, 29 June 2009

<entry-title> semantic class names </entry-title> 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