After a large uproar by designers and developers last week when they removed the HTML5
TIME element, the W3C recanted and put it back in the spec. So you don’t have to replace
DATA, but you can if you want to.
This corrects last week’s errata post. The book still contains the
TIME element, but does not contain the
What’s really great is that this shows that the W3C is listening to us. So if there is some other problem with the HTML5 spec, don’t be shy—let them know. If enough agree, your change may happen!