If I have a literal top section and bottom section of different content it doesn’t mean I want to have a big heading for the user to see that says “Top Section” or “bottom section” because that would be stating the obvious as they will most likely be separated in some visual way with styling . The semantic part comes in when another developer is reading the code and can see two sections with id’s of top-content and bottom-content.
As for trying to not use sections for styling, should I really have a redundant div around or inside a section to ensure I don’t use styles on the section? I know that’s not what you are saying, but I can’t think of any section on a page that I would not apply some style to even it it’s just a margin between sections.
Some excellent tips however if you or a client has many images, I would not recommend changing the default directories structure. First, the search isn’t impacted by the images being in different directories. It’s a database search and not a server search through WordPress and numbers does up database queries. Second, most server Is have restrictions as to how many files can go into a single directory. I’ve had clients have terrible trouble over loading a single directory with too many files. For the casual blogger this isn’t a big deal. For photobloggers or image intensive sites, it is.
* Export your LightBox gallery using Video LightBox app in any test folder on a local drive.
* Open the generated file in any text editor.
* Copy all code for Video LightBox from the HEAD and BODY tags and paste it on your page in the HEAD tag and in the place where you want to have a gallery (inside the BODY tag).
<!-- Start HEAD section -->
<!-- End HEAD section -->
<!-- Start BODY section -->
<!-- End BODY section -->
* Upload generated folder with VideoLightBox files on your server.