Semantic Web assumes everyone will bother. That's why XHTML 2.0, if not dead, is on life support. The W3C must escape its ivory tower "I am sure everyone will want to catalog this, every jot and tittle" mentality or be relegated to just one of those curiosities of standards bodies.
<div class="article">, <div class="wrapper">, <div class="sidebar">
<article>, <section>, and <aside>
But people do use semantic HTML.
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