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LoveThemes says

Also, HTML5 does allow you to wrap block-level elements with a tags.

Doesn’t mean it’s right ;)

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CodeBotics says


Also, HTML5 does allow you to wrap block-level elements with a tags.
Doesn’t mean it’s right ;)

Doesn’t mean it’s wrong either ;)

Thanks for the link – I’ll give it a read once I’ve finished reading “Color Theory for Designers, Part 1” :P

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CodeBotics says

Okay, I have completely redesigned the site, and I’m a lot happier with it this time! CodeBotics

Now, regarding in particular the number of HTTP requests, they’re almost all WordPress.. is there any way to sort this out?

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jamiesnow says

hey!! i am not good in technical part as you all are discussing. But as a layman it looks good. So it like it. :)

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KrownThemes says


Also, HTML5 does allow you to wrap block-level elements with a tags.
Doesn’t mean it’s right ;)

Why not? :D This is the most funny sentence that i heard all day :D

If HTML5 allows me to do something, it means it is right. This is called “improvement” or “evolution”. Developers always wanted the a to be a block element. Now it is, and it should be used as a block element!

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dailyrazor says

Hi friends!! The above discussion is pretty much true . If you look like as a layman. This site is good. I personally like your work. Thumps-up!!! :)

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LoveThemes says



Also, HTML5 does allow you to wrap block-level elements with a tags.
Doesn’t mean it’s right ;)

Why not? :D This is the most funny sentence that i heard all day :D

If HTML5 allows me to do something, it means it is right. This is called “improvement” or “evolution”. Developers always wanted the a to be a block element. Now it is, and it should be used as a block element!

Yes, if used in a relevant context. Example:

This would seem appropriate.
<article>
    <a href="full_story/"> 
        <h3>Some article title.</h3>
        <p><img src="article.jpg" alt="Image for article." />Etiam scelerisque, nunc ac egestas consequat, odio nibh euismod nulla, eget auctor orci nibh vel nisi.</p>
    </a>
</article>
This doesn’t. It’s not semantic or relevant. Just looks plain stupid. I’m positive all the divs don’t need links, just the img inside the li.
<a href="someplace/"> 
    <div class="something">
        <div class="something-else">
            <ul class="even-deeper">
                <li><img src="article.jpg" alt="Image for article." /></li>
            </ul>
         </div>
    </div>
</a>

That’s like saying “hey, we’re allowed to use a as block-level element, lets wrap everything inbetween the body tags in an a. Just plain stupid.

-Scott

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removals15 says

Honestly, I’m not expert in any programming language but after seeing your site it seems okay now.

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