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Pixelworkshop says

That’s what I’ll do :)

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Pixelworkshop says

bump ! I have another question. Can we choose “yes” in “valid html” when submitting a theme even if the CSS doesn’t valid (because of CSS3 ) ? Or is it HTML only ?

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Kriesi says

Valid HTML != Valid CSS :)

So you can choose “Yes” when submitting the theme :)

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Pixelworkshop says

Danke schoen !

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campolar says
bump ! I have another question. Can we choose “yes” in “valid html” when submitting a theme even if the CSS doesn’t valid (because of CSS3 ) ? Or is it HTML only ?

CSS3 can be valid too. If you’re using the W3 CSS validator, click on more options and select the css3 level

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Pixelworkshop says

Except when you use browser specific stuff like -moz-blablabla or -webkit-blablabla, it doesn’t validate

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Ivor Envato team says
Except when you use browser specific stuff like -moz-blablabla or -webkit-blablabla, it doesn’t validate

That’s not a big deal :)

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ponjoh says

In my template Simpla Admin, I’m using CSS3 for all rounded corners (except in the main nav) and it doesn’t seem to cause any loss in sales ;) It makes loading times shorter and it’s much easier to handle for the buyer when they don’t have to nest everything in divs and spans. What I think is important though is to make it easy for the buyer to make it completely valid. Some people take validation really seriously in an almost pedantic way, so I place everything that doesn’t validate in a seperate stylesheet. That way, they can easily make it perfectly valid by just removing one line of code.

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