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Date: Nov 19, 2008 1:30PM
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My 2cents: it's not the number of items that's the issue but what is to be
Presumably the alternative to a list would be a paragraph - and a single
name doesn't constitute a paragraph. The function of the page is to show
"lists" of new staff per office - if there's only one there's only one.
All the information for all the people all of the time.
> Hi folks.
> Esoteric question for the day, no huge deal, but...
> Would it be considered proper semantic formatting to have an unordered
> list of one item?
> Situation: a page listing new employees, organized by office.
> I have each office name as a header (in my case an H3) then the list
> of people under that as an <ul>. Most have 4-5 people but a couple
> only have one person. I don't want to change the formatting based on
> that, but it makes me wonder if one item can be considered "list"?
> Keith Parks
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> San Diego State University
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