[UPHPU] CSS "templates"

Kevin email.bdr at gmail.com
Mon Sep 21 09:34:00 MDT 2009


actually,
http://www.osnews.com/story/22182/Microsoft_Endorses_HTML5_Audio_Video_Tags

On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 9:30 AM, <cole at colejoplin.com> wrote:

> Just a reminder, Microsoft has refused to support HTML 5 for now. That
> was the big blowup from last summer. IE9 has "no plans" at this time.
> (That was the last word we got.) So, it all depends on how important
> IE support is to you.
>
> -- Cole
>
> Quoting Velda <velda at novapages.com>:
>
> > Daniel C. wrote:
> >> Having such a standard would also make creating new site designs
> >> substantially easier on the designers.
> >>
> >> What are your thoughts?
> >>
> >> -Dan
> >
> > I have to think that's some of the logic behind HTML5 actually, but
> > while it's easier in some ways, it could be very limiting in other
> > ways.  I guess if you're working within templates though limits are to
> > be expected, so it might be smart for a template site to consider that
> > kind of schema.
> >
> > -V
> >
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