PHP Semantic HTML

PHP Semantic HTML. I know that it doesn’t just roll off the tongue, but it does make sense to the standards compliant designer. Why? Simply because the use of PHP to “template-ize” your site requires that you verify your code is generating valid, semantic HTML.

I mean for example, on one of my PR6 websites PR5 websites, I use PHP to include the sidebar navigation. I could just use PHP to generate those links any old way, but using straight forward POSH – I can achieve greatness in that site’s design by implementing standards. Not to mention the conditional logic PHP offers you in generating page-specific navigation.

There are many solutions available on the net for your computers and software systems to plan your business in accordance to your wishes. The personal finance software allows you to keep a budget of your daily transactions loans and various other cash flows. The chat software is also available for the people interested in chatting for professional use. The mobile phone software with other software tools can be used for feeding data and programs into the mobile phones for easy access. The tax software is also available for the professionals working out the income tax transactions.

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4 Comments to “PHP Semantic HTML”

  1. Bill says:

    And don’t forget, you can and should do page-specific keywords to punctuate keyword values on particular pages, without removing your keywords from your main page.

  2. Martin says:

    Yes, and with PHP, you can achieve that with great success. Just think of all the great SEO WordPress plugins that maximize this technique. I run them on all of my blogs.

    My other sites (non-blog) are SEO’d hand-done.

  3. Bill says:

    Why think them? Why not enumerate the wordpress plugins you use?

    Unfortunately, I use WordPress hosting for my blogs, limiting what can be done with them.

  4. Martin says:

    Hey – I can offer you hosting for those blogs! Cheap too, considering you are a bother in Christ!

    A bit off topic, but I’m going to come up with a list of the 20 must-have plugins I use for all my blogs. Maybe even offer some of them, as I have had to tweak some of the PHP codes to make them XHTML Strict on some sites.

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