[thelist] Coding standards.... [headers]

Julian Rickards julian.rickards at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 09:02:52 CST 2006

I don't look at heading level as a degree of importance but rather as a
summary of what is discussed following the heading. H2 is no more important
than H3 and so on, it is just that H2 covers a broader topic (not
necessarily longer either) than H3 which is more focussed.

Other than an ordered list, I don't know that HTML provides for degrees of

Recognize that my opinions are just that, opinions and I am willing to be
convinced differently: to date, this hasn't yet happened but I am pleased to
see this being discussed.


On 11/12/06, Lee kowalkowski <lee.kowalkowski at googlemail.com> wrote:
> But this is just a traditional semantic view.  It may be feasible in
> another design for the different heading levels to have an alternative
> semantic meaning, e.g., level 1 = Emergency Notices, level 2 = Warning
> Notices, level 3 = Information Notices.

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