TL;DR: this is a good book, let down by a bad tech editor and a publisher who has low production values.
We’re back again to answer some more of your questions. This time we’ve included a bonus answer so you’ve got six to go at, rather than the usual 5. In this post cover a XMLHttpRequest query, how to define sections, understanding outlines, what markup to use for a social bar, using HTML5 with a legacy site and hidden headings for accessibility.
A few days before my native drag and drop article came out Gez Lemon wrote about accessibility in drag and drop, and touched on HTML 5. I then promised to look at implementing accessibility with native drag and drop, and here’s my findings.