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Check your work in the . If you see any instances of “untitled section” that corresponds to a section, you’re probably doing it wrong. (It’s fine for a nav or aside element to be untitled, however).

“or to demarcate the main content area from the nav, header, footer etc. ” – it is work for “main” markup.

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Window menu is activated when Tabbed Documents from the Edit | Preferences | General and Navigation Tabs from the View menu are unchecked.

There is another good reason not to use the HTML5 semantic tags (section, nav, etc) as a CSS selector – Internet Explorer 8 will ignore them.

PDF-Xchange Editor has a plugin (installed by default) to allow users to open, modify and save PDF documents from and to a SharePoint server directly.

Note that the way SharePoint works with a web browser one cannot simply expect to click a file in your SharePoint shares from your web browser have it open in your browser PDF plugin then save directly to your SharePoint server. The credentials to do so are not available to the plugin, it will save a local copy you must then upload to SharePoint.

PDF-Xchange Editor does however have SharePoint integration available directly from the Editor itself. The process to work directly on SharePoint PDF files in the PDF-Xchange Editor is to open the file using the Editor’s File >Open From >SharePoint feature. This will then allow your SharePoint credentials to be saved in the Editor itself.

Start PDF-Xchange Editor and select File >Open From >Sharepoint

Enter the URL for the SharePoint share and click “Navigate”.

You will be prompted to enter your SharePoint credentials:

Once authenticated browse to the PDF file you want to open:

You can either open the PDF or open and check out the file:

Now you can save the PDF directly to your SharePoint server directly using the Editor’s regular Save features:

Depending on whether you opened or checked out the file you may be prompted to choose again whether to Save and Check Out:

Ask yourself “What is the natural heading of “content-area”. What text could you put there that a user viewing your web site would want to see?

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On the content part, it depends. If it’s something that is meant to be a section on the site structure, then put a section and name it, “main-content-section”, and it will be the section were the main content will reside.
If there’s no header (only with semantic content we can dispute this), then, a DIV will do it.

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Great article (in lack of a better word). I just have one question regarding the outliner tool: When I validate it against it shows a single untitled entry, but the site does not use section, nav or aside – only header, figure, figcaption and footer. So which one is triggering the untitled entry?