Wearing HTML 5 Now

This blog is now using the HTML 5 elements to markup the contents. I had this HTML 5 equivalent theme half-ready for a long time, but it was just sitting in my version control as I could put time into finishing it. I decided to activate it today so that it can help me understand more about the new HTML. I also have a hidden selfish motive that you will help me find mistakes and complete it!

I have used the HTML 5 validator at various points to find mistakes, but the validator being in the experimental mode means that things can change here. There are some problems and there might be some more in future, but I will do my best to keep the design readable. Feel free to drop me a line or comment here if you see problems. Explaining usage of the HTML 5 elements warrants another post, which I will try to do soon.

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  1. PChere said:

    Looks great, works fine.

  2. Abhijit Nadgouda said:

    Thanks PChere. I still have to test it across all browsers.

  3. W3C Validator Supports HTML5 | iface thoughts said:

    […] had used the Henri Sivonen’s HTML5 validator when I started using HTML5 for this blog. The W3C validator now integrates with that engine. So you can test your HTML5 […]

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