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This comment amazes me, I understand that I'm fairly old but I thought that around 2008 we got people away from using nested tables for layout to using semantic HTML + CSS because of accessibility (for humans accessing with different devices but even machines). I guess like the article says:

> Don’t forget that there is always someone new into the world of design and development. Hopefully this post steers others towards keeping HTML code semantic and clean.

Perhaps it's time to start linking to old A List Apart articles?

- Sensible Forms: A Form Usability Checklist https://alistapart.com/article/sensibleforms/

- High Accessibility Is Effective Search Engine Optimization https://alistapart.com/article/accessibilityseo/

- A Brief History of Markup https://alistapart.com/article/a-brief-history-of-markup/

But even from this year:

- Conversations with Robots: Voice, Smart Agents & the Case for Structured Content https://alistapart.com/article/conversations-with-robots/




It's always a good time to link to "A List Apart".




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