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Thread began 5/26/2011 8:44 am by biesheuvel378713 | Last modified 5/26/2011 9:52 am by Jason Byrnes | 571 views | 1 replies |



I want to build a dynamic site in HTML5 for hobby/learning purposes. If I use HTML editor for generating html code (not xhtml) and I insert the content of the html editor in a html5 page will this page be still w3c compliant?

And the code from plugins like cssform builder / security assist will they also be w3c compliant if I use them in an html5 page?

(Maybe its a stupit question I guess they will be w3c compliant, but before I start I rather ask)

Tanks in advance

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

none of our tools have been developed to use the HTML 5 standard, so I cant guarantee whether the code will pass HTML 5 validation or not.

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