Do you use the <small> tag in your designs? Or the <b> or <i> tags instead of <strong> or <em> anymore? I posted on my blog about this topic and I was curious to see what the rest of you thought about it.
Why didn’t you mention <tt> in your blog post? Although it’s big-brother <code> rules town, the <tt>-tag is still in XHTML DTDs 8-)
There’s definitely a whole slew of tags to get into more debate over… It’s pretty frustrating not knowing whether to use <tt>, <code>, or <pre> when showing code in a post… everyone seems to have their favorite.
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Its good to be aware of the semantic value of tags and make some pains to make your markup meaningful. For me if I’m writing some code, I’ll use the <code> tag. Similarly, I won’t use ‘big’ or ‘small’ as they have a visual implication and not a meaningful one – instead I use ‘strong’ and ’em’, then style them with an external stylesheet. Again, ‘tt’ has no meaning as such, so I would probably use a ‘span’ and style it with a mono-spaced font.