@colinkiama I feel that it conflates a couple of things. Semantic HTML was and is important to make sure your content remains accessible to people with (temporary or long-term) disabilities.

The article, however, mainly argues that meaningful class names are important to make sure that everybody who contributes to a code base understands the purpose of the elements. When an application already consists of properly-named components, however, that concern is already addressed.

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