Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 01:44 -0500, Robert Cummings wrote: *haha* I've removed w3.org from the recipients list... so onwards to the content below... Jochem Maas wrote: Op 2/10/10 9:08 PM, Robert Cummings schreef: From the editor's draft: The aside element represents a section of

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Michael A. Peters
If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? sidebar suggests a particular type of layout. section suggests content. nav is appropriate for some items in a side bar, but not all, and is often a child of how aside is being used. div give no semantics. I would like to see a

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Michael A. Peters
Michael A. Peters wrote: If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? How about margin ?? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 05:59 -0800, Michael A. Peters wrote: Michael A. Peters wrote: If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? How about margin ?? To me margin says an area of space around the content. That's not to say that content can't be put in a margin, but I

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Robert Cummings
Ashley Sheridan wrote: On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 01:44 -0500, Robert Cummings wrote: *haha* I've removed w3.org from the recipients list... so onwards to the content below... Jochem Maas wrote: Op 2/10/10 9:08 PM, Robert Cummings schreef: From the editor's draft: The aside element

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Robert Cummings
Michael A. Peters wrote: If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? sidebar suggests a particular type of layout. section suggests content. nav is appropriate for some items in a side bar, but not all, and is often a child of how aside is being used. div give no semantics.

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Robert Cummings
Robert Cummings wrote: I don't know about where you are, but Canadian government has very specific guidelines on how content should be marked up... and semantic use of tags is a clear part of that: The institution respects the universal accessibility guidelines developed by the

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 09:39 -0500, Robert Cummings wrote: Ashley Sheridan wrote: On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 01:44 -0500, Robert Cummings wrote: *haha* I've removed w3.org from the recipients list... so onwards to the content below... Jochem Maas wrote: Op 2/10/10 9:08 PM, Robert

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Michael A. Peters
Robert Cummings wrote: Michael A. Peters wrote: If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? sidebar suggests a particular type of layout. section suggests content. nav is appropriate for some items in a side bar, but not all, and is often a child of how aside is being used.

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 07:02 -0800, Michael A. Peters wrote: Robert Cummings wrote: Michael A. Peters wrote: If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? sidebar suggests a particular type of layout. section suggests content. nav is appropriate for some items in a

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Robert Cummings
Michael A. Peters wrote: Robert Cummings wrote: Michael A. Peters wrote: If aside is not proper to use for this purpose, what would be? sidebar suggests a particular type of layout. section suggests content. nav is appropriate for some items in a side bar, but not all, and is often a child

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread tedd
At 5:08 AM + 2/11/10, Jochem Maas wrote: rgds, Jochem PS. from a semantics POV, Robert Cummings is, IMHO, spot on in his assessment - I do enjoy his posts, he's a sharp cookie with plenty to offer and I always enjoy reading his argumentation and opinion! With the danger of Rob

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-11 Thread Robert Cummings
tedd wrote: At 5:08 AM + 2/11/10, Jochem Maas wrote: rgds, Jochem PS. from a semantics POV, Robert Cummings is, IMHO, spot on in his assessment - I do enjoy his posts, he's a sharp cookie with plenty to offer and I always enjoy reading his argumentation and opinion! With the danger

Re: [PHP] HTML5 aside description

2010-02-10 Thread Robert Cummings
*haha* I've removed w3.org from the recipients list... so onwards to the content below... Jochem Maas wrote: Op 2/10/10 9:08 PM, Robert Cummings schreef: From the editor's draft: The aside element represents a section of a page that consists of content that is tangentially related to the