Semantic Markup

Separation of presentation and content (or "separate content from presentation", a special case of the form and content principle) is a common idiom, a design philosophy, and a methodology applied in the context of various publishing technology disciplines, including information retrieval, template processing, web design, web development, word processing, desktop publishing, and model-driven development. It is a specific instance of the more general philosophy, separation of concerns.
Posts about Semantic Markup
  • Web Accessibility Goes Well Beyond Screen Readers

    …. Designers can use semantic markup or accessibility attributes or other means to help disabled people to overcome their incapacity to use websites. This infographic from Designmantic details Web Accessibility: What is ARIA? ARIA stands for Accessible Rich Internet Applications and is a set of special accessibility attributes which can be added…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 14 readers -
  • How to speak ‘Search Engine’

    … to show it to a user who is searching for one or the other. Search engines want to provide their users with more rich data in search results: useful information like event dates, reviews, menus and other details that can answer their query at a glance, or at least help them decide which result will be the most relevant. Ward quoted Sundar Pichai…

    Search Engine Watch- 30 readers -
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