Learning how to HTML5

So now I’ve reached the fun part in creating this Giornalismo theme: the actual creating. Now is the time where things all come together and all of the ideas I’ve had in planning how this thing will work all get put into motion.

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Done with the designs, now onto the production

So even with the busy and crazy schedule I have now with college starting up again and essentially three jobs to juggle, I’ve found the time to finish off the mobile designs for Giornalismo (not that’s anything too hard given the fact that I need only one design per template).

But with that done, it’s now time to the most fun part of the build, and I say that sincerely: the coding.

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Still waiting and still creating mock ups

So the news on the Nuovo Theme is that there’s no news. It hasn’t been reviewed yet, although it seems to be in good company as there are many more themes as old if not older that have yet to be touched by the WordPress theme reviewers, which is understandable given the scope of how many themes need reviewing.

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Now the waiting game begins

So a little after posting last week’s update on the Nuovo theme, I finally really reached the point where it wasn’t really worth getting into the super fine details of cleaning up the theme and decided to test the waters of the WordPress Theme Review and see what happens.

And now the waiting games begin.

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Juggling two themes at once

To say things have been a bit slow in trying to clean up and fix up the Nuovo theme might be a bit of an understatement. While I finally got rid of the vast majority of HTML markup on the homepage, doing that for the rest of the templates has been much more slow going. The biggest reason is that I’ve just been busy with other things–including getting ready to head back to Austin and the web design job I picked up a couple of weeks ago.

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Nitpick cleaning on one theme and starting designing another

So in the past couple of weeks, I’ve found that it’s easier to create a theme than it is to go through and nitpick and clean it. Case in point, this week it’s taken me a while to knock down the number of HTML validation errors from 160 to 91, though a good majority of that came Thursday. And that was on the homepage alone.

I assume that validation errors aren’t that exciting, but there’s some good news on the computer front.

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