Last month, I wrote about an issue I was having with the W3C’s experimental HTML5 validator. While RDFa attributes like “property” are listed as being valid in HTML5 contexts, the validator responded to my meta elements with:
“Element meta is missing required attribute name”
Attributes for element meta: name http-equiv content charset
Fortunately, @sideshowbarker on Twitter was on it:
@Rubenerd please try your examples from [your blog post] again now at http://validator.w3.org/nu/ & if it’s still not working, let me know
Thank you to Michael Smith and the team for their feedback and for making their RDFa users happy, I appreciate it ^_^. I will be revising my previous post to indicate the problem is now resolved.