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XHTML5 Support

Description

This plugin is developed at Shepherd Interactive
for the benefit of the community. No support is available. Please post any questions to the support forum.

Allows templates to serve XHTML5 markup by adding the necessary JavaScript shim for IE7+, and for IE6 by converting all new elements to divs and spans with class names that contain the original HTML5 element name prefixed by “html5-“, for example: <article> becomes <div class="html5-article">
and <time> becomes <span class="html5-time">

If the browser supports XHTML, the content is served with the application/xhtml+xml
MIME type. This can be disabled by placing remove_filter('option_html_type', 'xhtml5support_filter_html_type')
in functions.php.

Note that print stylesheets do not get applied to IE7+ even with the shim, so if you are relying on the ability for IE users to print properly-styled pages, you must force the IE6 renaming behavior for all versions of IE by doing update_option('xhtml_support_add_msie_shims', false);

Contributors & Developers

“XHTML5 Support” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

2010-02-12: 0.2.4

  • Removed pre from the list of new HTML5 block elements

2010-01-22: 0.2.3

  • Preventing behavior when at a “/wp-*” url
  • Preventing xhtml5support_filter_html_type if empty($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT'])

2009-09-28: 0.2.2

  • Initial release