re: Why is HTML linting not a common practice? VIEW POST

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re: I may express myself wrong, the HTML specs are "forgiven" not only the browsers, so all parser should be, including screen readers and SEO bots. Ex...

Ah, I get your point! I coined up progressive enhancement since, in my opinion, we focus more on CSS and JS because people tend to find them harder languages. They are most of the time regarded as more complex which I don't agree with.

HTML pretty much doesn't exists in the source code per se, so linting it would be harder

It will impose a challenge but we figured it out with preprocessors and other compiled languages so I guess we also can when we're using templating languages.

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