HTML by Contents

Leverage the 14-page reference book to markup any webpage in 4 steps without sweating over semantics. Plus 4 full-blown case studies.

4 Steps to markup any webpage

  1. Start with a 7-content boilerplate for the minimum viable markup

  2. Use up to 14 Content Blocks to present contents to users

  3. Use up to 24 Content Forms to request contents from users

  4. Enrich content presentations and requests with up to 3 breaks, 9 objects, 29 connotations and 13 mixes.

14-page reference to HTML

  1. Content Preface

    1. Introduction

    2. The 151 Contents of HTML

  2. Preamble Contents

    1. The Content Root of HTML

    2. The 33 Content Metas of HTML

    3. The 2 Content Windows of HTML

  3. Primal Contents

    1. The 8 Content Parts of HTML

    2. The 13 Content Mixes of HTML

    3. The 14 Content Blocks of HTML

  4. Phrasing Contents

    1. The 9 Content Objects of HTML

    2. The 24 Content Forms of HTML

    3. The 29 Content Connotations of HTML

    4. The 3 Content Breaks of HTML

  5. Content Protocols

    1. The 132 Content Attributes of HTML

    2. 2+ Content Style Guides for HTML