I was a lot faster than you. I have a mostly functional navigation, and I even edited the nav to include text labels and an alternate header background, on top of that it's all valid XHTML 1.0 Strict and CSS level 3. :smile.gif:
Wow, I was making a template similar to the drawn design, but it pales in comparison to your work :biggrin.gif:, I won't even bother posting it :tongue.gif:
Wanted to note a couple things:
-Chrome does have a standalone exe (Chrome Portable)
I don't get what you're all fussing over, build the site how you envisage it in the language you want (HTML5 or HTML4, whatever) and then when it's done find what needs to be changed for specific browsers, if it's a single browser then add a work around.
IE8 and HTML5 are enemies, you can't get them to work together. And since I do not know how many people still living in the IE darkness I do not want to take the risk having a lot of users not being able to use the site.
I have a logo and a basic website layout idea already. I'm going to make a mock-up of it tonight (xhtml). I can email that to Swedman, who I assume can make it work n' stuffs.
btw, SeanNanoware, that looks awesome, if we could incorporate your php into the site it would be simply incredible! (I have no idea how PHP works, so excuse me if I sound like a novice)
Wolfx, come on #minecraft or PM me your MSN so we can begin setting up the domain with the server. :smile.gif:
By the way, HTML5 is designed so that old browsers can safely ignore new HTML5 constructs. In contrast to HTML 4.01, the HTML5 specification gives detailed rules for lexing and parsing, with the intent that different compliant browsers will produce the same result in the case of incorrect syntax.