After Developer Backlash, HTML5 Gets Its ‘Time’ Element Back

November 4, 2011

When word got out last week that the time element would be dropped from the HTML5 specification, there was a small but fierce uproar within the Web standards and developer communities. “I think this is a bad decision,” wrote Bruce Lawson, Web Evangelist at Opera. Web designer and co-founder of the Web Standards Project Jeffrey Zeldman linked to Lawson’s post, sparking more than a few dissatisfied comments from readers.

A week later, the W3C has overridden the decision, restoring the time element back to the HTML5 spec.

Article source: RRW

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