After reading this article and following the links: http://camendesign.com/code/developpeurs_sans_frontieres I gained more clarity in the purpose of the section element and wrappers, thank you!
However, when it comes to styling, it is recommended to not style the section element. Now, when I read Kroc's CSS, it looks as if he did style the section element with box shadows, color, etc. This is not a jab at Kroc's CSS, I'm just trying to get more clarity on what I should do and not do with the section element.
1. @Kroc, is the use of your section element considered to be "styled"? Should a Div element be used? What would you do differently in context of your design?
2. Finally, if a Div element should be used, would this be a proper markup:
% <article> <section id="style"> in which #style is the box shadow, color, border radius, etc <h1> Title </h1> content and blog post </section> </article> <footer> footer content in here </footer> %
What's anyone else's take on using the section element and where to use it?