Learn HTML5, Citing works semantically

Using HTML for citing works or authors can be a little tricky, especially with all of the changes that have been made to the specification over the last few years Initially, when HTML5 was released, the cite element was no longer allowed for citing the authors of works, just the works themselves.

This directly contradicted the way that authors had been using the tag for years And, as you can imagine, it created a huge controversy Well, the specification has been modified, to allow authors’ names within citations again, but there’s still a lot of confusion out there about how to properly cite works

So, what I wanna do is take a look at one popular pattern To do that, we’re gonna work with a trails.htm, which is found in the 0306 folder.

And if I take a look at that in the browser, if I scroll down into the main article, there’s something that seems a little bit off in this section for Notable features And by the way, if you’re watching this course, and you’re wondering about what these blue outlines are.


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