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Copyediting with Semantic HTML

November 17th, 2020 Leave a comment Go to comments
Side-by-side screenshots of how Pages, Google Docs and WordPress display tracked changes.

Tracking changes is a quintessential copyediting feature for comparing versions of content. While we’re used to tracking changes in a word processing document, we actually have HTML elements capable of that. There are a lot of elements that we can use for this process. The main ones we’ll look at are , and . But, as we’ll see, pairing them with other elements — including ,

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