Semantic code and header tags within DotNetNuke skins
Ideally, to fully take advantage of pure semantic code, header tags, and the main content appearing at the top of the source code, you need to create a CSS based skin.
A semantic CSS skin using header tags will make your website more accessible to the variety of browsers such as screen readers, as well as give you an advantage within the search engines.
The methods demonstrated in this tutorial for applying header tags to a table based skin can also be used for a CSS based skin.
To view an example of a DotNetNuke CSS skin using a header tag structure as we have discussed in this tutorial, go to:
and view the page using Fangs and the Web Developers Toolbar:
The Document Structure View