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It is easy to create HTML that works, but current best practice suggests that creating valid and Semantic HTML is an important goal for various reasons including user experience and accessibility. Unfortunately, while validation is a relatively easy task to understand and achieve, creating Semantically correct HTML is a lot more subjective and open to debate.
- Semantic Web
- Mark Pilgrim's Won’t somebody please think of the gerbils?
- An evaluation of WYSIWYG editors (including TinyMCE) for their production of valid, semantic & accessible HTML
- HTML: more structural than semantic by Simon Willison
- Million Dollar Markup by Mark Pilgrim
- Elements of Meaningful XHTML presentation by Tantek Çelik
- An index of Tantek Çelik's posts on semantic markup for blogs including
- Dan Cederholm's Simple Quiz
- But It Validates!