bedlam - 10:37 pm on Feb 22, 2006 (gmt 0) At the risk of changing the subject too much, I notice you said this: ;-p -b
Yep, I used h1 in the example because it's a common practice for people to mark up the site name that way, presumably because they believe it's one of the most important elements on the page.
I noticed that many website are using h1's to hold their site url / company name and use another one for their page title which is not semantically correct
But, as has been discussed at great length here before [webmasterworld.com], this may be too narrow a view of what is 'semantic markup' for HTML to support. It's exactly this kind of response that I was trying to pre-empt by saying this:
I've marked it up in an arguably 'nonsemantic' way here, but added a class for the purpose of more accurately describing the marked-up information.
At the risk of changing the subject too much, I notice you said this: