aledcoe — 2010-08-05T07:14:27-04:00 — #1
so I got a free copy of Expression Web through Dream Spark and I quite like it so far. However, I'm trying to write some HTML5, using EW's HTML5 Doctype setting and I keep getting messages like:
"In HTML5 the tag <header> is not permitted"
This goes for all HTML5 elements - nav, header, hgroup, article, section...
Does this mean that Expression Web doesn't support HTML5 elements, even though you can set your document's doctype to HTML5?
logic_earth — 2010-10-08T19:54:55-04:00 — #2
senior_web_desig — 2010-08-17T05:56:18-04:00 — #3
Expression web 4 ONLY support the Doctype of HTML5 ... all the great tags like <header>, <section>, etc... is not supported!
and as far as I know Microsoft released Expression Web 4 to support HTML5 but i don't see that also like you.!
I've made a little snippet for expression web 4 to test HTML5 you can check it here:
And please let me know if you need any help
aledcoe — 2010-08-05T13:10:04-04:00 — #4
I'm trying to get an answer here too: http://social.expression.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/web/thread/065cd96e-b261-4142-a686-16f661b418cb
I can't believe how angry people can get at the mere mention of HTML5! Worth a read if you fancy a laugh.