HTML 5 theme

And so we move to HTML 5. Well, in theory, at least. I’ve been meaning to redesign the theme here to look a bit more minimal, and I’ve also been meaning to move to HTML5, so clearly I needed to take advantage of the last dying embers of my Christmas holiday time to do that rather than anything, y’know, constructive.

Useful help from Bruce Lawson, as ever, and I think I’ve got the hang of it. I suspect it doesn’t work right in IE, but, well, I don’t actually care all that much, to be honest. (I’m using Remy’s HTML5 shim, though.)

HTML5 is actually pretty nice, too. It makes sense to me in a good and useful way. I like \<article> as a way of categorising stuff.

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