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simonbouchard says

Hello,

Are you comfortable with HTML5 templates ? Should we begin to code more HTML5 WordPress templates over XHTML 4 .1 Strict ?

Buyers and author’s advice are welcome!

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VisualSharing says

We’re still waiting for an official reply to this thread. :impatient:

I also want to use HTML5 ’s tags. I made an HTML5 website for a client a few months ago and then when I had to do one in XHTML – it felt so unsemantic and dull with the lack of hgroup, header, footer, article, seciton, multiple h1’s etc. :(

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Pixelworkshop says

A quick search returned me 25 results, looks like some authors already work with HTML5 :)

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blackdragon says

I was going to start a new thread asking wheter we should code both a strict and htm5 version and then the buyer can choose as to wether or not to implement the html5 version or not.

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simonbouchard says
I was going to start a new thread asking wheter we should code both a strict and htm5 version and then the buyer can choose as to wether or not to implement the html5 version or not.

Yeah, but, it will require a lot of time to create both versions. Not sure about this one, but still a good idea.

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digitalimpact says

Yes please! HTML5 baby! :D

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campolar says
I was going to start a new thread asking wheter we should code both a strict and htm5 version and then the buyer can choose as to wether or not to implement the html5 version or not.

This means more work. More work means higher price. Higher price means lesser sales.

Buyers don’t really care about xhtml or html5 as long as it works.

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