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aleluja
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Time has changed. Get over it.

I can’t think of anything more suitable to say.

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ChapterThemes
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Time has changed. Get over it. I can’t think of anything more suitable to say.

+gaziggatrillion :)

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Nitro_Themes
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I have been around html flash and back to html. The thing is with the new stuff is that there is more rich content and more interactive content. I mean apple pretty much killed flash, the old school html was not up to par.

I love the new html5 stuff still not as good as flash but in a few years it will be. So now html5 is getting more rich and interactive content, it’s nice to see how it’s moving forward.

Just enjoy it man it’s all fun.

Cheers

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urbanray
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Time has changed. Get over it. I can’t think of anything more suitable to say.

Replacing every div with section is not any more cool, get over that too :)

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wiicker95
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Time has changed. Get over it. I can’t think of anything more suitable to say.
Replacing every div with section is not any more cool, get over that too :)

Exactly my point. People who abused tables for layouts ‘till the late 90’ did it with DIV when the former method got bloah (it always was, since tables had never served for non tabular data), and now they do the exact same thing with SECTION, but unlike DIV, SECTION has a semantic meaning. And then these very same people talk about semantics! Oh well…

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pjtops
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If you all want to, I can elaborate why every single new html5 tag is useless and redundant, but that is not my point here.

I’d like to include some video on my site, and I want it to work on all mobile devices, especially android & iOS. Normally I’d use the video tag, but since its “useless and redundant”, what HTML4 solution do you propose for this?

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wiicker95
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If you all want to, I can elaborate why every single new html5 tag is useless and redundant, but that is not my point here.
I’d like to include some video on my site, and I want it to work on all mobile devices, especially android & iOS. Normally I’d use the video tag, but since its “useless and redundant”, what HTML4 solution do you propose for this?

I have already posted it in one of my replies. VIDEO is redundant to OBJECT.

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pjtops
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I have already posted it in one of my replies. VIDEO is redundant to OBJECT.

I know, but maybe you did not get my question: I want my site to have video that works on iOs and android. How do I do this in HTML4?

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RafalBorowski
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I have already posted it in one of my replies. VIDEO is redundant to OBJECT.
I know, but maybe you did not get my question: I want my site to have video that works on iOs and android. How do I do this in HTML4?

iOS and Android? Mate he’s still stuck in the 90’s so… ;)

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