[html5] A <ui> Tag?

Nathan Ziarek nziarek at gmail.com
Wed May 12 11:02:28 PDT 2010

I think, between the <nav>,<header>, and <footer> elements, HTML5 is  
looking pretty good for non-content page chrome.

Is there a scenario where these three elements don't fullfill your  

Nathan Ziarek
Sent from my iPhone 3GS

On May 12, 2010, at 12:27 PM, Darcy Murphy <mrdarcymurphy at gmail.com>  

> Recently I came up with the idea of using a <ui> tag in order to  
> semantically separate my app's content from it's UI chrome. I could  
> use <form> but then even clicking a simple <button> submits the  
> form's data when what I'm creating is more of a stateful toolbar  
> than a proper form.
> To that end, is there something like <ui> already available, or in  
> the works, or a better solution that I'm not aware of?
> Thanks,
> Darcy Murphy
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