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As you can see in the browser output, the <aside> element isn't treated as special in any
way compared to the other elements used to structure your page. However, a little later you
can see how much more easily you can style the content by using semantic markup, such as
the <aside> element.
Using the <igcaption> and <igure> elements
The <igcaption> and <igure> elements, new in HTML5, provide the semantic elements neces-
sary for adding graphics and figures to webpages. These graphics and figures typically provide
a visual representation of information in the textual content and referenced by the text. You
often see such images in tutorials or textbooks in which the author directs the reader to a
specific figure. As an example, I've added some HTML to the end of the previous example:
<img src="orange.jpg" style="width:50px; height:50px;"/>
<figcaption>Fig 1: A really juicy orange.</figcaption>
This HTML code produces the output in Figure 1-8.
FIGURE 1-8 Using the <figure> element to add a graphic or figure to the page
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