Content vs. Configuration: HTML5 in a CMS

Conference, Camp, or DUG: 
Drupal Design Camp LA
Oct 13th, 2012

There are many different kinds of websites out there, and each one may need to use HTML5 in slightly different ways. When designing a Content Management System that can support any type of website, where can you assume which tags should be used, and where do you need to build a user-interface for selecting specific tags?

Come hear about some of the challenges encountered when updating Drupal 8 to use HTML5, and see some of today's solutions for making the markup for this CMS a little smarter. Since we're currently designing a new user-interface for the next release of this popular CMS, I'd also like your feedback on how much configuration is too much, and where it's essential for the user interface to provide different choices.







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