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At this point, it's probably occurring to you that there are
a lot of potential semantic elements that HTML doesn't
have. Sure, you can flag dates and highlighted text, but
what about other common bits of information, like
names, addresses, business listings, product descrip-
tions, personal profiles, and so on? HTML5 deliberately
doesn't wade into this arena, because its creators didn't
want to bog the language down with dozens of special-
ized elements that would suit some people but leave oth-
ers bored and unimpressed. To really get to the next level
with semantics, you need to broaden your search beyond
the core HTML5 language, and consider a few standards
that can work with your web pages.
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