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pageoneresults - 5:19 pm on Mar 5, 2007 (gmt 0)
|But what advantages does <kbd> give you? |
The Keyboard Element allows you to use a "correct" semantic wrapper. For example, the
<kbd> element would be appropriate when writing instructions for using a keyboard.
|I tend to avoid "non-mainstream" HTML, as it can whack support for older browsers, and support for older browsers is the #1 thing you can do to make your site accessible. |
Actually these are HTML 4 Elements and Attributes that are supported by all browsers. There are elements and attributes which are Deprecated and those are marked as so on the links provided above.
|I tend to avoid "non-mainstream" HTML. |
I guess it all comes down to what type of visitor you are targeting. That would definitely determine the type of markup structure you utilize.
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