When creating a basic page, then previewing that page, here is a sample mark-up from the browser:
<article typeof="foaf:Document" about="/?q=who-we-are" class="node-30 node node-page view-mode-full clearfix"> <div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div property="content:encoded" class="field-item even"><ul><li><img src="http://drupal-dev.ngi-dev/sites/default/files/default.jpg"><p>Name</p> <p>iOS & Android Developer</p> </li> </ul></div></div></div> </article>
I had pasted the basic html ul/li/dl etc in the source code view using the ckeditor, saved then viewed the page in a browser.
Don't know why a
<p> tag was wrapped around content within established html tags but my main question is where to find what template that is adding the
<article> tag as well as the nested structure of the extra
I've looked in the template files within modules and Zen (my parent theme) but I haven't found anything yet. Where is the
<article> tag being generated? I think that would help me find the full mark-up.