Post by exactweb » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:55 pm

Are there any plans to start using some of the HTML5 changes in Opencart core?

The 2 main things I would like to see are:
1. Remove all the onClick from the DOM and use jQuery click methods. With HTML5 you can use the data- attributes to store the product ID etc.

2. Form input type. E.g type=email, type=tel make it easier for registering on a smart phone.

Just putting it out there now, so that maybe in a few years time when HTML5 is better supported Opencart will be ready.

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Post by Qphoria » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:58 am

People are still complaining about IE6 support. When people stop whining about that, then we can start focusing on HTML5 transitioning.

I suppose it may be possible to add html5 support and IE6 will probably ignore most of it. Then again, this is just a theme question. I'm sure there are theme makers that can make you an html5 theme.

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