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redworx says

after a long research on validity of html i also find a very important argument for a 100% valid code: GOOGLE…. google also ranks invalid coded websites badder than valid ones!

there are a lot of reasons to make a 100% valid code – and its possible… there are too many themes with more than 50 errors – there are not much themes with 100% valid code…

but soon i will start theme development and i will see if i can handle it for myself :)

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redworx says

Got 300 sales now on my best selling product here:

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and I want to say thank you all for the support and especially ENVATO for this great platform! Thanks thanks thanks :)

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redworx says

okay thanks for the info.

so i have to up the 1 GB files :(

it would be nice if ENVATO would update the upload instructions and also release some infos for 4k movies…

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redworx says

My 4K videos where denied on submission because i made .mp4 files.

I know that they should be in a MOV container, but in Adobe Media Encoder CC & Premiere CC the software is not possible to make a H264 MOV file with resolutions higher than 2000 pixel in width.

I know there is an option to make a MOV file with “Photo JPEG” codec or anything else, but the files are too big. 1GB for 30 seconds … I dont want to have such big files…

Is it possible to make a MOV file in 4K with H264?

Or what else should i do? Why are .mp4 files not accepted as they are the most common format?

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redworx says

thanks for the support guys :)

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redworx says

Is there a way to save files in the Cloud CC (2014) version so that they are downwards compatible with e.g. CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 ??

I just want to have my files compatible with all the versions…

I know that there are some functions that are not available in CS3, but i just want to know if there is a way to save files in CC so that they are openable in lower versions…

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redworx says

Because the W3C validator is a willy waving contest and means nothing, I used to validate all my websites 100% but gave up a few years ago as you can never really have 100% validation. As long as the website works on all browsers and my clients are happy, I couldn’t care less about validation.

okay… in our company all websites are 100% valid .. but they are not made with WP .. i just wondered why so many themes are invalid…

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redworx says



Mostly because 99% of webistes, period, have validation errors. Have you ever checked Google?

Let me tell you an example on Google:

Line 9, Column 1863: The bgcolor attribute on the body element is obsolete. Use CSS instead.
So, can be fixed – remove BGCOLOR and do it via CSS – where’s the problem?
The questions is, do you think Google is unaware of the validation errors, or are aware and simply are not concerned with them because the errors do not affect the functionality of the site?

i dont know – iam just wondering why they dont fix such easy-to-fix issues? :)

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redworx says


okay okay – this is what i call an ANSWER :) now we come closer to what i asked for :)) so you mean wordpress itself is making invalid code?
Definitely in some cases :) In other cases it might be output from a plugin beyond the theme authors control, and definitely sometimes it’s just a badly made theme OR could just be a bug the author is working on :)

okay – so its not an requirement for wordpress-themes here on the marketplace to be 100% valid html … i mean from the theme … i know you cant do anything for the wordpress code or plugins …

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redworx says




I am a professional webdesigner and we in our company do only 100% W3C valid websites….
So you’ve never once added a youtube or vimeo iframe to a site then?
Here is a youtube video and there is 100% valid HTML code… no problem… I only talk about the site itself – not the iframe… http://www.coltpartner.de/content/inhalte/kanzlei_im_bild/steuernews_tv/2014/fr%C3%BChjahr_2014/index.html
Indeed, but you said “Themes” the above is HTML so you have full control over the output. WordPress oEmbed is less forgiving and adds a few none valid markers to the element.

okay okay – this is what i call an ANSWER :) now we come closer to what i asked for :)) so you mean wordpress itself is making invalid code?

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