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Re: no paragraphs in divs
From: Dale Cruse
Date: Jul 24, 2015 2:45PM
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Rather than a <div> or a <p> element, that context suggests to me three
<li> elements inside a <ul> wrapper. After all, that appears to be a list
of Unique Facts, right?
On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 4:37 PM, Angela French < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Hello Listers,
> I would value your opinion on an aspect of a page design in our new site
> that we are building.
> Here is the link to a sample page:
> We have one of these sample pages for each of the 34 colleges in our
> community and technical college system in Washington State.
> You will notice that following the "Unique facts" heading are three items
> of text , each in a decorative div. I'm wondering about the fact that
> this text is not in a <p> tag. To me this seems wrong and that without the
> paragraph indicator, they are just run on sentences to a screen reader
> user. Am I correct? Does the lack of the <p> make facts less
> Angela French
> Internet Specialist
> Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
> <EMAIL REMOVED> <mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> >
> > > > >