With HTML 5, they introduced some new semantic lemenst, head, main, section, article, aside.
Does anyone use this
I cannot see any difference in them in actual practice.
And with CSS grids the terms are all mixed up.
Sometimes when I ask for someone to do work for me they ask me my budget!
I think this is the wrong approach.
I have no idea what things will cost, so how can I budget.
I want to buy a new car, I am on a retirement pension, so my budget is $2,000
Then I find out they are $30,000
I am so pleased that they have made HTML5 it looks much easier and cleaner.
With all the new semantic elements.
Now I just have to start trying to learn it
I am going to go with CSS Grids (whcih I ahve just ound)
I started learning CSS 5 years ago and then stopped website work (for my own amateur project)
It took me a few months
Now (2020) with HTML5 it looked to be easier.
But it has got more complicated with so many options
Bootstrap, Frameworks etc
And the need to code for mobile as well as desktop...
I am starting a new website, only an amateur.
I have used HTML4.
But why do people use HTML5 etc when there are programs like Squarespace and Dreamweaver.
Is it to save costs, or be better or more flexible
(my g/f tells me I am wasting time learning HTML5)
I'm a bit of an amateur
But I had a website going well
Now all of a sudden all of my text and links are shown hard left.
Thsi happened to me 5 years ago, but I have forgotten the cure.