Part of Code Academy is an HTML5 class that happens on Monday nights. The first class was on a Wednesday. I went to that one, and I plan on going to more in the future. The lecturer is Shay Howe, a designer at Groupon.
2012-01-18_17.58.26 - HTML5 & CSS class Div and span Divs are block-level, it does not break the flow, it will assume its full width and height span is in-line, it could be in the middle of a paragraph or a div Google uses h1 tags for SEO Use the "strong" tag for bold, instead of "b". "b" gives no information also: use "em" for italics href means hyperlink reference title attribute used for voice systems and in little window that pops up in mouse over New HTML5 elements: header, article, section, aside, footer, and nav (I think nav was around) Article: content that could stand on its own aside tag: reserved for sidebars head element is still here, even though we now have a "header" element header is within body aside element is positioned in CSS articles can be in sections, or sections can be in articles html5 microformats: hidden data like when you search for "blackhawks" you get the upcoming games, or addresses for franchises - that is how you use microformats microformats.org is the wiki also WAI-ARIA roles - also only for computers this is an attribute in tags - for every structural tag article (article), header (banner), aside (complementary), section (region), footer (contentinfo), nav (navigation) w3schools.com