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[Bug 14540] what about if the <body> IS an article?

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Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 02:44:20 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=14540

--- Comment #5 from Giorgio <giorgio.liscio@email.it> 2011-10-24 02:44:20 UTC ---
> There's a good chance you don't need both of those <nav>s. (Rule of thumb:
> should it appear in a separate menu titled "Main Navigation for the Page"?  If
> so, make it a <nav>; if not, don't.)
> 
> Otherwise, this is a perfectly fine structure.  There's no need to indicate the
> "entrypoint" - the outline is already fine as it is.

hi, please double check http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=14540#c2

is fine for us, but with the point of view of an accessibility tool?

the document is called "<h1>bestSPORTWEAR.org</h1>" but this is the site title,
not the page title

this is not so "hyper-textual" seems that a "document" is totally standalone,
but it is not, it is placed in a context ( the site, the presentation, the
chapter list) and there should be a way to distinguish context from content

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