Yes sorry, I forgot to point it out specifically, but in my example I switched from span to strong - it could have been a heading, but in my head, my example wasn't actually a heading - it was just a bolder part of a paragraph (therefore not using p or h tags). If that makes any sense. I wrote: 2. Specify that they must use classes that are a description of the style, not what the style is used for. For example, instead of using <span class="Intro_title">Hello world!</span> They should put <strong class="large_bold">Hello world!</strong>. Tara Cleveland martin.p.burns at uk.pwcglobal.com wrote: > Or better, not to use classes to replace semantic or structural info, so > instead of > <div class="intro_title"> > use > <h2 class="intro_title"> > The class styles the structrual tag. This is actually part of the WAI > guidelines - > you should use semantic/structural markup wherever possible.