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  • nexialys
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    Originally posted by Sn2 View Post
    I wish we could go back to the internet of 2000.
    yeap, i'd be a Web God by then.. rofl

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  • Sn2
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    Most of the sites on that blog bored my deeply and I see no real improvements as an end user. At least when flash based sites were the rage it could be mildly entertaining, now the internet is starting to all look the same. Designers all copy each other too much, going for that "minimalist" "Web 2.0" look (I hate the term Web 2.0 as well).

    I wish we could go back to the internet of 2000.

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  • laznek
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    vBulletin 4 sets out to validate XHTML Transitional.

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  • Floris
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    http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...group=0#result

    Irony?

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  • Ben Shelock
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    I've never seen it validate. The Web Developer Toolbar always said it was invalid. Ok now though.

    57 warnings for CSS though

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The default style has validated since 3.0 shipped except for a minor bug here or there that has always been fixed as soon as it was caught.

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  • Ben Shelock
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    Lol, just realised that. Well it must be a fairly recent fix because it didn't validate before.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by Ben Shelock View Post
    The default layout doesn't even validate, that's not great for paid software.
    What doesn't validate?

    index.php - http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...Inline&group=0

    forumdisplay.php - http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...idator%2F1.654

    showthread.php - http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...idator%2F1.654

    member.php - http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...idator%2F1.654

    I could go on.

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  • Shamil.
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    Originally posted by Ben Shelock View Post
    I find vBulletin funny. You have only just got your head round the need for tableless layouts. The default layout doesn't even validate, that's not great for paid software. Why are you so reluctant to try out new things?

    Look at something like Wordpress. I realise it's completely different but it's a good example to go by.
    If I remember correctly, vBulletin 4 sets out to validate XHTML Transitional.

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  • Ben Shelock
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    HTML 5 isn't final.
    I find vBulletin funny. You have only just got your head round the need for tableless layouts. The default layout doesn't even validate, that's not great for paid software. Why are you so reluctant to try out new things?

    Look at something like Wordpress. I realise it's completely different but it's a good example to go by.

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  • Floris
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    Originally posted by Ryan Ashbrook View Post
    I'll stick with XHTML.
    HTML5 is XHTML you can still use your coding principles from XHTML1.
    XHTML2 is basically shelved.
    2010 is the year for HTML5/CSS3 for online web applications, SaaS, and alike.

    I am convinced personal projects, sites, and sorts will remain XHTML1 trans for a while. But slowly understand and adapt towards HTML5 in 24 months.

    Time for a comic strip :

    http://media2.smashingmagazine.com/w...omic-960px.jpg

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by Ryan Ashbrook View Post
    I'll stick with XHTML.
    HTML 5 is the successor to XHTML. The XHTML working group is being disbanded and it will have no further progress after the end of the year. XHTML is simply HTML 4.01 with XML rules added on. You can still use the same format of coding in HTML 5 if you wish but the W3C realized that enforcing XML rules on HTML has limited growth of the web.

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  • nexialys
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    i said i hoped vB was HTML 5, not made of... lol

    and effectivly, vB is updated more often than any browser, so it would be easy to make it HTML 5 driven, and update the code when new revisions are made, but it's another story, another way to think...

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  • ManagerJosh
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    But we're talking about two totally different types of applications. vBulletin is a web based application whereas Safari, Opera, etc. are web browsers.

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  • nexialys
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    Originally posted by ManagerJosh View Post
    PHP 5 is final. HTML 5 isn't. The first working draft proposal for HTML 5 came out back in 2008. Subsequent revisions are still being made to the HTML 5 proposal
    i know these details... but that did not stop Mozilla, Apple, Microsoft and Opera to integrate the protocol in their browsers already... so logically, it is safe to say that even if the latest revisions are not made final, HTML 5 exists and is usable, no?

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