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In the previous chapter, you met HTML5's semantic ele-
ments. With their help, you can give your pages a clean,
logical structure and prepare for a future of super-smart
browsers, search engines, and assistive devices.
But you haven't reached the end of the semantic story
yet. Semantics are all about adding meaning to your
markup, and there are several types of information you
can inject. In Chapter 2 , semantics were all about page
structure —you used them to explain the purpose of large
blocks of content and entire sections of your layout. But
semantics can also include text-level information , which
you add to explain much smaller pieces of content. You
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