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April 27, 2011 at 1:13 pm #32511
Could someone please explain this to me… Is moving to css3 and html possible at the moment? I know this website is running html5 but do you have to create a whole new site for browsers that don’t support it?
Is css3 and html5 fully made? Will all browsers eventually support it or just new ones and anything older than, what, ie7? never support it? What happens if you have built a site with html5 and the browser does not support it, does it fall back to something?April 27, 2011 at 2:04 pm #49025
It is possible at this moment and a lot of people are using both. In fact, I encourage it! There are a few things such as video that are still icky at this point but that shouldn’t stop you. For IE9 there is a js shim you can place in your header. In the future all browsers will support it as that is how technology is changing, otherwise they would be left out of the game. All browser versions however will not be supporting it. You create fallbacks yourself, HTML and CSS are not auto-generated.April 27, 2011 at 2:17 pm #49005
K – So really you end up having to create two sites? One for the majority whose browsers don’t support it and one for the few whose do? Or is it the other way around?
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