[html5] A <ui> Tag?

Scott Hulbert sahulbert at gmail.com
Wed May 12 13:48:54 PDT 2010

You should take a look at the Web Accessibility Initiative for Accessible
Rich Internet Applications:


Others may have better links, but it's my understanding that this
initiative's goal is to make web apps, which is what it seems you are
building, more accessible.

Scott Hulbert

On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 10:27 AM, Darcy Murphy <mrdarcymurphy at gmail.com>wrote:

> 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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