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Vanilla Doesn't Produce Valid XHTML?
edited May 2012 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8
I used the W3C validation service on my own Vanilla forum, and also on this very forum. In each case, there were numerous errors flagged in the pages. How concerned should I be about this?
Here's an example of what I'm talking about:
none of the error are serious enough warrant worry.
xhtml is a dead end, one of the reason why html5 has been a long time coming. w3c wasted over a decade with its obsession with all things xml. Thing that were possible then are only just being realised now.
grep is your friend.
I don't have any fondness for xhtml either, but it's apparently what Vanilla is built to use.
Would there be a fairly easy way to change Vanilla from xhtml to html5, or do some of the key features of Vanilla depend on xhtml?