HTML and CSS Reference
Hey guys, the
boss just sent an email.
Before we add CSS to the Head
First Lounge, he wants us to make sure
our HTML is ready for prime time.
Jim: Ready for prime time?
Frank: Yeah, you know, make sure it's totally legit and
ready for HTML5.
Jim: Our HTML is just fine…here, look at it in the
browser. It looks beautiful.
Joe: Yeah, that's what I think…he's just trying to give us
another thing to do.
Frank: Actually guys, I hate to admit it, but I think the
boss is right on this one.
Jim, Joe: Huh?
Frank: Up until now we've pretty much ignored the fact
that there are standards for this stuff. Not to mention there
are different versions of HTML, like HTML 4.01, and
now, HTML5. Are we doing everything we need to make
sure we've got HTML5 covered?
Joe: Come on, this is just going to mean even more work.
We've already got enough to do. Really, the page looks fine;
I've even tested it on some of the newer devices.
Frank: That may be, but what I'm saying is that I think
this will help us do less work in the future.
Joe: Oh yeah? How so?