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June 20, 2011 at 2:05 pm #33191aoeuiParticipant
what do you use more?
XHTML 1.0 = “div + id” mess but looks cool in every browser
HTML 5 = clean and neat yet depends on .JS
I am using HYBRID of sort
best techniques and clean coding, nesting, quoting values, I learnt from XHTML in combination with and neat short versions of script, style, meta avoiding for now new elements like header, footer, nav, article, section, …
created projects in HTML5 and simply love it
but sad truth to be told, if .JS is turned off, layout is killed (some parts)June 20, 2011 at 3:11 pm #81931
I use the HTML5 DocType. To be honest, if you aren’t using it then you’re not paying attention to anything anyone is saying, because there is no reason not to use it!
I also use the shorter versions of script style and meta and currently in the process of re-writing my company’s CMS to handle HTML5 form elements.
HTML5 can work fine in any browser. This is a site I’ve built: http://www.ver2vodka.com/vg/
And it uses HTML5. It only breaks in IE6, which isn’t a big deal as only like 0.5% of our traffic use IE6.June 21, 2011 at 4:20 am #81969
krysak4ever 9:44AM Permalink Flag
there is still lot of dumb or simply non IT educated people :]
I’d rather support the majority than a very, very tiny minority myself – but each to their own….June 21, 2011 at 5:28 am #81980jamygoldenMember
@krysak4ever That’s mostly what I do when I care about usability =D
I resort to <div id=”header”></div> when I’m making a “serious” site, such as an ecommerce site or something. If it’s a random blog, I don’t feel the need to use divs.June 21, 2011 at 8:40 am #81987
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