[uf-dev] HTML5 Time element support and test cases

André Luís andreluis.pt at gmail.com
Sun Aug 15 06:35:34 PDT 2010


thanks for this. :)


>  <time class="bday" datetime="2007-05-01T21:30">1 June 2007</time>

It's a tiny detail, but you're writing June to the user and specifying
May (05) in the @datetime... The parser reads it correctly, but I
don't think you meant for that disparity, though.

Just a heads up... :)

It'd be cool to have a way of reporting conforming tools... having a
form to say "This passed using: __________  version: _____ Tested by:
_______ [submit]" and have it presented in the footer of the page...

André Luís

On 14 August 2010 16:01, Glenn Jones <glenn.jones at madgex.com> wrote:
> Hi All
> I have added HTML5 Time element support and test cases to UfXtract.
> I built the test cases on my own site rather than the wiki, only because
> I was unsure about HTML5 support on the wiki. They are relatively simple
> at the moment.
> http://ufxtract.com/testsuite/hcard/hcard22.htm
> http://ufxtract.com/testsuite/hcalendar/hcalendar14.htm
> Please tell me if you think they are wrong in any way.
> Glenn Jones
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