4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 18, 2010 1:33 AM by studiofaca

    Preview website




      Can you preview websites?

      StudioFACA - HTML5, CSS 3, PHP, JavaScript, JQuery, Page Speed

      Nepremičnine - HTML, CSS, ASP, JavaScript


      Thank you!

        • 1. Re: Preview website
          BenPleysier Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          StudioFACA - HTML5, CSS 3, PHP, JavaScript, JQuery, Page Speed

          Is XHTML 1.0 Transitional containing 252 errors and 6 warnings

          Nepremičnine - HTML, CSS, ASP, JavaScript

          Is HTML 4.01 Transitional containing 89 errors and 19 warnings


          Which leads me to ask

          • What has this to do with HTML5
          • What is your question


          Grumpy Gramps

          • 2. Re: Preview website
            studiofaca Level 1



            Webpage StudioFACA Portal was checked with W3C Validator for HTML5 and with CSS Validator for CSS 3.0. Webpage was valid without error.


            Today I get two error:

            The font element is obsolete. Use CSS instead.

            The border attribute is obsolete. Consider specifying img { border: 0; } in CSS instead.


            Second error is error of AddThis.



            My question is to "review" websites. That mean What you like/unlinke.

            • 3. Re: Preview website
              pziecina Adobe Community Professional



              I can confirm that the links are not html5, due to the doctype declarations being incorrect.


              You are also using tables for layout which is also not recommended by html5, (or any other html document). Don't forget that even though table use is not recommended, (and many think that 'not recommended' means - 'I can use them anyway', don't use them) I am talking about for layout purposes, not for tabular data.



              • 4. Re: Preview website
                studiofaca Level 1



                <!DOCTYPE HTML> for HTML5?

                or do you mean about UTF8


                <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> Meybe is nothing wrong if you add other parameters?!
                <meta charset=utf-8"> HTML5




                Dreamweaver CS5 - HTML5 example:

                <!DOCTYPE HTML>
                <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
                <title>Untitled Document</title>



                I dont know why new standards remove TABLES. Tables for show data is excelent way.

                Tables was used for position pages. Now DIV allow to position the pages.