so i actually got one problem why my theme has not been accepted. The css3 validation.
Everyone should know that the validator doesn’t understand -webkit and -moz.
But they aren’t wrong! So why do i get that?:
2) Some of your files contain validation errors that will need to be fixed. Please be sure that all files validate before resubmitting.
The whole Template is full HTML5 and CSS3 valid, without this webkit & moz styles…
Should i remove them? Oo
Edit: Using -webkit-transition, -moz-border-radius and -webkit-border-radius. Don’t see that as false validation…
Webkit targets Safari and Opera I believe, Moz targets Firefox. This means that in IE the corners aren’t rounded. Your site will not look the same cross-browser. I think this is why it was rejected.
I use them too, but I set them with jQuery, so that the CSS file is valid CSS3 .
The prefixes are used for the own implementation for the browser developer, take a look here: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/syndata.html#vendor-keywords
Strange because i use a lot of -webkits in my css codes. CSS 3 is cool but it’s not working proper so i dont really use the CSS3 tags.
Well i think you have to email the reviewer about this
I use them too, but I set them with jQuery, so that the CSS file is valid CSS3 . The prefixes are used for the own implementation for the browser developer, take a look here: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/syndata.html#vendor-keywords
Why set them with jquery, there’s nothing wrong if a css file isn’t valid(if the only validation errors are the webkits and moz tags)
The most important validation is the xhtml
By the way: CSS2 .1 is still a candidate recommendation!
To the cross browser support, I have a solution for the IE’s so they got rounded corners.
So @ Mark why does the reviewer see it as a problem. IT ISNT ! -moz & -webkit are just for these browsers, the other ignores that…
Well, im going to mail that problem…
Edit: Maybe im just stupid, the css validator set my css to 2.1… Never saw a doctype or something in CSS , so…? Validator issue or me?
Why should i use Jquery for that, when i could write this in the css. There’s no problem with that…
neither would do that…
ive released themes with css3 and vendor specific rules before and others did so as well, cant imagine why this should be a problem. I would try to get a second opinion, either from a reviewer or the sitemanager
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