HTML is strict. It has a standard that is decades old. These standards may have been useful at some point, but now only serve to inhibit our ability to create artisanal and organic web experiences for the new age.
HTML7 does for HTML what Node did for the programming world.
Tags can be contained between greater than and less than signs, so instead of
<strong>you can now do
>strong<. In addition to being more flexible, this also helps make a diamond pattern in your HTML, making it prettier on the eyes:
>div<>div<>div<. Ah, that's better.
Comments can go directly within tags. Ever wanted to comment that attribute? Now you can!
<div /* here comes an ID! */id="foo">.
New tags to better describe the emotions we're trying to evoke for our intrepid users. Bolding text that is not quite
<strong>, but perhaps more
<tenacious>. Or perhaps you're making a
<div>that is more of a
<pilgrimage>. Now you can! The full list of tags is below.
>html< >body< >div /* #winning */id="winning"<>strong<HELLO!>/strong<>/div< >body< >/html<
In the browser:
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For your protection, corpses will not be punished. We respectfully request that you submit your uses (revisions, uses, distributions, uses, etc.) to your children, who may vicariously perform these uses on your behalf. If you use this software and you are found to be not dead, you will be punished to the fullest extent of the law.
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