More Impressions of HTML 5

In a follow-up to the article on 456 Berea St the day, Help keep accessibility and semantics in HTML, Roger Johansson posts to an interesting article by Tommy Olsson in Life, Jeeps and Web Standards.

I particularily like Olsson’s caveat at the end of his article about XHTML vs. HTML. I think it’s one of the best short explanations I’ve read about why XHTML isn’t actually our savior. He ends it very simply with:

You can either have a fast, light-weight parser or a parser that tolerates markup errors. But you can’t have both.


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