I was exploring the W3C documentation for HTML5 elements, when I decided to try to write a web page that includes semantic use of every tag that is a part of the spec. It turned out to be a valuable learning tool, and I was thinking of using it for creating uniform stylesheets using generic tags, or for testing CSS Resets and such. It might even be nice to see how a browser’s default styles render a specific element.
It may not turn out to be valuable at all, but I did learn a lot about tags I might not have been exposed to in day-to-day operations. I’ve included the page below, but you can view the full source.