Definitely a table for a calendar, like:

<table>
   <caption>August 2008</caption>
   <thead>
      <tr>
         <th scope="col">Sun</th>
         <th scope="col">Mon</th>
         <th scope="col">Tue</th>
         <th scope="col">Wed</th>
         <th scope="col">Thu</th>
         <th scope="col">Fri</th>
         <th scope="col">Sat</th>
      </tr>
   </thead>
   <tbody>
      <tr>
         <td>1</td>
         <td>2</td>
         ....you get the idea.

We would mark up a calendar as a list only if we weren't planning displaying the dates based on the day of the week. Like a funky futuristic calendar.

A time line would be marked up as a list for sure.

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Bruce wrote:

8bits Media wrote:

We currently have a project that includes a calendar in the design. The dilemma I currently have, is what is the best way to mark the calendar up? Should we use tables, or is it more semantically correct these days to use an unordered list?

I'd be very interested to here peoples thoughts on the matter.

Thanks,

Nick Lazar
8bits Media

To me a calendar is columns and rows of data, so a table works fine.

Bruce
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