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    Hi all

    I can not believe I only just found out about 2013

    Anyway can anybody direct me to a site that's been created with NOF 2013 please? would like to check out the source.

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    That would be www.netobjects.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckj View Post
    That would be www.netobjects.com.
    Yes I was afraid of that, my issue is that I want to buy this program but its missing so many new HTML5 tags I am not sure they can say its HTML5 simply taking out the rest of the DOCTYPE <!DOCTYPE html> info and throwing a few sparse html5 tags about does not make me very confident.

    I do not see any of these standard ones <article> <aside> <footer> <img> <header> that's just to name so very few.

    Yes <div> has its place but it generating far to many for a HTML5 document.

    That is why I asked, thought the page may have been made before the release of NOF 2013.

    And nobody has mentioned the CSS3 Menus? it still only has image ones?

    Do not get me wrong, I think NOF is a great piece of kit and will most likely buy it at some stage, however at present it seems to be pumping out far too much code for a HTML5 page of the same standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bburgess View Post
    Yes I was afraid of that, my issue is that I want to buy this program but its missing so many new HTML5 tags I am not sure they can say its HTML5 simply taking out the rest of the DOCTYPE <!DOCTYPE html> info and throwing a few sparse html5 tags about does not make me very confident.

    I do not see any of these standard ones <article> <aside> <footer> <img> <header> that's just to name so very few.

    Yes <div> has its place but it generating far to many for a HTML5 document.

    That is why I asked, thought the page may have been made before the release of NOF 2013.

    And nobody has mentioned the CSS3 Menus? it still only has image ones?

    Do not get me wrong, I think NOF is a great piece of kit and will most likely buy it at some stage, however at present it seems to be pumping out far too much code for a HTML5 page of the same standard.

    Here's another One to Look at and Comment on........ LOOK AT

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    I have my own site running locally for testing before I make live. One thing I've noticed is that if you import a site created in a previous version (surely Netobjects didn't do this?) then a lot of the formatting remains. For example, on my site I used a table to ensure images lined up correctly (no other way achieved this at the time). That table still remains after importing into 2013 and publishing as html 5. But then, I would have been very surprised (and delighted!) if Fusion had stripped all the previous formatting in the database and then re-interpreted the output as html 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco Billy View Post
    Here's another One to Look at and Comment on........ LOOK AT
    Hi Billy Nice site I like the layout. But yeah after a simple Ctrl - F I can not see any of the tags mentioned above. Is that site from a previous NOF version mate?

    Hi franko that would have been great but I could not see it happening either and I would have no issue with the older html formatting remaining, but I would have thought that's a New site would be something like this.

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    However HTML5 is still in production so I can only pop in what I have read to date

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    Hi there. We'll provide you with a comprehensive list of HTML5 supported tags tomorrow.

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    Great Steve. That will be a great help to all of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Raubenstine View Post
    Hi there. We'll provide you with a comprehensive list of HTML5 supported tags tomorrow.
    Outstanding Steve Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco Billy View Post
    Here's another One to Look at and Comment on........ LOOK AT
    Hi. Nice site. I did notice however your contact page shifts slightly to the right when you open the page. the rest of the pages stay in place.

    Jim

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