JD_Toims - 9:26 am on Nov 12, 2013 (gmt 0)
How did I know if I didn't come back and edit my previous post we'd get into hair splitting when I thought the point/context of the post in this discussion made it clear to use <li><p> or <li>, because it has to be interpreted the same way by search engines?
Maybe, I should just defer to others from now on rather than hoping someone can get something actionable out of my drivel in the context it's presented?
This entire discussion has been about a <p> within an <li> and whether or not it's necessary. Not once has it included the idea of eliminating the <li>.
If they're (meaning <li> followed by <p> and <li> alone, for those who are not following the context of the discussion) not "semantically the same" in the context of the entire 15 post thread I made the statement in, then why do the docs say:
In the fantastic example above, there are actually five paragraphs as defined by this specification: one before the list, one for each bullet, and one after the list.