semantics

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For the most part, good front-end code isn’t affected by the application that serves it. And, for the most part, good front-end code doesn’t need to be written specifically for that application. But there are some exceptions —like structuring the HTML for a title and a link when the link is optional. That’s a case

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This is part three of a series called “Front-end for the Middle”. Honestly, I didn’t mean to write three posts. But when one post is over 2,000 words without being finished, it’s time to get slicing. Previously, we’ve talked about directing a front-end developer’s focus away from design, and on to content. And we’ve also

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This is a continuation of a previous post that I wrote, entitled Front-end for the Middle: Focus and Design. Previously, we established that it’s better for a front-end developer to be focused on content, rather than design. In this post, we’re going to move into a discussion on how HTML semantics can influence what happens