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- Semantics
- Web Standards
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Should you mark your logo up as an image or a `<h1>`? There has been much debate for a long time now as to how to mark up logos. Should your logo be an inline image (`<img />`) or a `<h1>` with a background style--using one of [many means of image replacement](http://www.mezzoblue.com/tests/revised-image-replacement/)--to apply the logo to that? This debate has been raging for goodness knows how long, but I’m going to try and explain in this article why you should mark up logos as inline images, and why that’s the most sensible option.
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