a warm hello from Romania!
What’s the best solution for an eCommerce site for a fairly large business (3000-4000 products)? Would you recommend one of the free / payd CMS or would you recommned a custom built engine? Thanks
i’ve tried so many but Dreamweaver seems to be the best.
Did you hear about this protest? What do you think about it? I’ve seen wesites like reddit or mozilla involving into this and what do you think about SOPA ?
I use HTML5 too. Because, in my first template, I didn’t mention this, and a buyer mailed me that a HTML5 player is not working. Why is not working. Blah blah blah. So, since then, the doctype is HTML5 , if the item has HTML5 elements, good, if not, the buyer or whoever customizes his files can add them without trouble. Plus validation, plus certain elements do not work right in HTML 4 Strict and so on. So, in my humble opinion, it’s fine to say ” HTML5 ” in the title. It saves the buyer time, plus the page is 100% ready for HTML5 elements
well this is a very good point! so as I said before: if it is declared as HTML 5 it is actually an HTML 5 document! It renders and validates as HTML 5 so it supports any HTML 5 element, even though it doesn’t have any by default!
Koev, I suppose your wife should first define what exactly means HTML 5 . I am guessing that if you define a doctype as html 5, it is a html 5 document even though it doesn’t have any fancy new kind of html 5 elements. The browsers will render it as HTML5 . The w3org validator will validate it as HTML5 . I personally don’t use any html5 elements because they’re not implemented in all browsers and I avoid declaring a doc as html5 but I am not judging those that does. It’s nobody’s fault that you can declare a document as html 5 and use only html4 elements. Or perhaps you can blame w3.org. I am guessing it is used as a marketing tool. It’s just like the iphone: it does nothing more than an android device (sometimes it does even less) but it’s incredibly cool!