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Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen: Touché, but if the page works (as in, human readabele) why would I add fancy elements like time?
Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen: Really? I'm writing a website for people to read, not computers. I want people to read my content, and eventually come to my store or whatever (speaking from a client perspective here)
Sep
16
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
15
accepted Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@maenu: And so, popular websites just don't care?
Sep
15
revised Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
Explained I meant the HTML5 elements
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
@Chris: Indeed, but that's hardly a requirement? I mean, many very not-semantic websites come up first in Google.
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
Why should I care if someone wants to scrape my site?
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
(Expanding to your edit) Why should I care on browser default styling? I use my own CSS (plus reset, to eliminate those exact styles) and it works fine. The focus of the question is mostly the HTML5 new elements. <time> <output> <address>
Sep
15
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
What are the advantages of that? Letting machines read my code?
Sep
15
asked Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
Jul
7
accepted Is it practical to have perfect validation score on HTML?
Jul
7
comment Is it practical to have perfect validation score on HTML?
tl;dr (j.k.) So would you invest your time making sure your document is 100% valid?
Jul
7
comment Is it practical to have perfect validation score on HTML?
@ElYusubov Your edit was too minor, it doesn't clarify anything. Rollback. Just because you have the edit privilege, doesn't mean you need to do it everywhere.
Jul
7
revised Is it practical to have perfect validation score on HTML?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jul
7
asked Is it practical to have perfect validation score on HTML?
Jun
11
accepted How to temporarily save the result of the query, to use in another?
Jun
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
6
awarded  Critic
Jun
6
comment How to temporarily save the result of the query, to use in another?
Why are you selecting from the same database 4 times in a row?