Re: [NH] valid html5
Op 19/08/2012 15:10, John Shotsky schreef:
> I converted because I wanted to get it out of my way before I built any more of my web pages, and so I would be able toMore or less, this is my goal too.
> take advantage of some of the newer technology, such as no longer needing Flash to display movies. I knew I would
> eventually have to do it, so I got it out of the earlier, rather than later.
I think EPUB en mobiles would become important, so a move towards that
Once I have a good warning and error free page, I can go further. In
making templates and ect.
> For anyone wanting some good boilerplate for mobile responsive html5, I recommend Skeleton: (Try resizing those pages!)Seems good. Thank you.
> If you 'View Source' on that page, you will see the multiple-browser version support implementation. That is a key toIt is a detail, but they have not 'printmedia'. Html5boilerplate has
> supporting older browsers that don't support all features directly.
also that fallback for older browsers, but maybe indeed a bit complicated.
But, meanwhile I have found error/warning free html5-template:
http://www.intensivstation.ch/html5/html5-templates/ (with mini-css)
Also (via above site): http://bearcss.com/
Did not tested it now (It is a hot day today!) but if it works, I can
make a page with al the standard codes that I'm using, to produce css3
stylesheet (I hope).