Cynthia Says is not keeping up...
When is Cynthia Says going to catch up to HTML5? It's been well known for over a year now that <meta name="language" content="en">, as vital as it once was, is no longer recognized in HTML5, as 'language' is not a registered value for the attribute 'name' of a meta tag.
Just to get it to pass my page, I had to reinsert the tag, as well as the now often debated, keyword meta tag. With the two values missing, my page failed automated testing (these were just warnings, but FAILURE warnings, no less). All three priorities were shown as Passed, yet the page failed because of these two warnings.
We work hard to keep up with standards and produce accessible pages. Why doesn't Cynthia Says work just as hard to keep up. Don't they have plenty of people and resources? Or are they simply giving up the ghost?
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