So I’ve been busy refactoring my current webflow site and have some questions about how webflow uses html5 tags.
When I select and create a section from the layout pane, it’s listed as a “div” in the settings tab. If I select the “section” tag, leave the page and return, the “section” option has reverted back to a “div” tag. Is this because you’d be calling a “section” tag on a pre-defined section?
The same thing happens when I call a “section” tag on a div block. I leave the page and return and the “section” option has reverted back to a “div” tag. Not sure why this happens.
Which is more correct/semantic - changing a styled div to be a “section” or “aside” tag (depending on my layout), or wrapping/nesting the styled div in a new section from the layout pane?
On export, does Webflow add a HTML5 shiv/shim? If not, is the shiv/shim even still needed?
Thanks, here’s to getting my webflow code as clean and understandible as possible