tehyoyo — 2012-03-06T12:11:25-05:00 — #1
The way that I want to do it is this:
technobear — 2012-03-06T12:31:15-05:00 — #2
tehyoyo — 2012-03-06T15:35:24-05:00 — #3
Yeah...I'm rethinking my fascination with HTML5...it's probably (actually, it's definitely) not a good idea to use it for every website...
Oh hey! Grats on 1000 posts!
technobear — 2012-03-07T08:31:41-05:00 — #4
Thank you. I actually reached that number replying to another of your threads. Of course, it isn't quantity that matters but quality - and you can't judge that without reading them all. :lol:
xhtmlcoder — 2012-03-07T08:49:34-05:00 — #5
General Discussion posts don't count towards that total number they have zero weight else my actual 'Posts:' count would be far higher, etc.
Like was said as a general rule you are better off using a normative markup language. Remember your teachers will be marking the work so need to understand it too. As Fred is experimental that would be hard to quantify regarding any useful semantics.
Typically the more elegant code; is that, which is already richly semantic exists and works, is in the form of HTML 4.01 or XHTML 1.0 and is "fit for purpose" thus wouldn't need JS - just to render - or would work as efficiently without it.