The fifth generation

Michał ‘mina86’ Nazarewicz | 29 marca 2013

This day must have come sooner or later. Even more so since I love squeezing every byte out of the data being sent over the network, which is why source of this website is so unreadable (don’t worry though, readable sources are available in a git repository).

So yeah. I’ve switched this website to HTML5 with some of it’s new elements and optional tags removed. After years of using XHTML 1.1 it feels a bit weird not closing tags, but I guess a few saved bytes are worth it, aren’t they? ;)

I’ve even got my electric slash working in Emacs’s html-mode (ie. if I press slash after < sign, inner most element is closed automatically).

Unfortunately, not all is so shiny. For some reason, automatic pagination on entries list page and “load content” link stopped working under Opera. The way those work is by making an XMLHttpRequest and injecting portion of the fetched document in appropriate place. For some reason, Opera ends up with a DOMException: INVALID_STATE_ERR.