I've been working on a little side project this weekend: rewrite my company's docs site homepage in a way that it achieves a perfect lighthouse score for performance, accessibility, and SEO.

It actually wasn't too challenging and I learned a ton in the process. It turns out that, by using semantic elements, there's almost no need for <div> tags (I used 4), classes (I used 1), and IDs (I used zero).

I'm gonna turn these learnings into either a series of blog posts or a lightning talk.

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