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By peter.wdd
via webdesignerdepot.com
Published: Jan 08 2013 / 15:54

HTML’s structural elements — article, section, nav and aside — are, at first glance, some of the easiest parts of the HTML5 specification to understand and implement. However, they’re actually some of the most poorly specified, poorly understood, and poorly implemented parts of HTML5.
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DerHeiligste replied ago:

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This article doesn't actually provide any harsh truths about HTML5. It seems to just be a teaser for a book.

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me.yahoo.com/a/2qNpKb8gsIoWNFvCONdM7xr0HPX75w-- replied ago:

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It tells a book called The Truth About HTML5. Has anyone read about it before?

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