microformats microformats What are microformats? microformats are the simplest way to openly publish contacts, events, reviews, recipes, and other structured information on the web. microformats.org maintains the official registry of HTML rel values.
Canvas (canvas html)

Canvas (canvas html)

<canvas> is an HTML element which can be used to draw graphics using scripting (usually JavaScript). It can, for instance, be used to draw graphs, make photo compositions or do simple (and not so simple) animations. The image on the right shows some examples of <canvas> implementations which we will see later in this tutorial. <canvas> was first introduced by Apple for the Mac OS X Dashboard and later implemented in Safari and Google Chrome. Gecko 1.8-based browsers, such as Firefox 1.5, also support this element.
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The Golden Ratio in Web Design

The Golden Ratio in Web Design 1. Anatomy of a Web Page The elements of a web page are like organs; they are vital to a properly functioning and aesthetically pleasing web page. These are the main elements of a web page. There are many different ways to organize them but this is perhaps the most common basic layout used online.
zen-coding - Set of plugins for HTML and CSS hi-speed coding

zen-coding - Set of plugins for HTML and CSS hi-speed coding

Follow us on Twitter @zen_coding Zen Coding is an editor plugin for high-speed HTML, XML, XSL (or any other structured code format) coding and editing. The core of this plugin is a powerful abbreviation engine which allows you to expand expressions—similar to CSS selectors—into HTML code. For example: div#page>div.logo+ul#navigation>li*5>a ...can be expanded into:
#haml Haml (HTML abstraction markup language) is based on one primary principle: markup should be beautiful. It’s not just beauty for beauty’s sake either; Haml accelerates and simplifies template creation down to veritable haiku. Unspace Interactive and several other professional Rails shops use Haml exclusively for their projects, valuing its focus on cleanliness, readability, and production speed. Give yourself 5 minutes to read the tutorial and then convert one of your ERB templates to Haml. Simplify.


Mo’ Pixels Mo’ Problems Mo’ Pixels Mo’ Problems Mobile devices are shipping with higher and higher PPI, and desktops and laptops are following the trend as well. There’s no avoiding it: High-pixel-density, or “Retina,” displays are now becoming mainstream—and, as you’d expect, our websites are beginning to look a little fuzzy in their backlit glory. But before we go off in the knee-jerk direction of supersizing all our sites, we must first identify the problems ahead and figure out the most responsible way forward—keeping our users in mind first and foremost. The big problem: gigantic images#section1 In an effort to stay ahead of the curve, many of us have begun the process of making our website designs “@2x,” quietly hoping @3x never becomes a thing. While a @2x image sounds like it would only be twice the number of kilobytes, it’s actually around three to four times larger.
In our previous posts, we’ve used SVG to create shapes. In this post, as the title said, we will look into creating Text with SVG. There are a lot of things we can do with text beyond what plain HTML text is capable of doing. So, let’s check them out. Recommended Reading: A Look into Scalable Vector Graphic Basic Implementation Scalable Vector Graphics: Working with Text Scalable Vector Graphics: Working with Text
Responsive images + server side components – Anders M. Andersen February 2, 2012 People, I’m sorry. I know we do not need another post about responsive images, but I got inspired to try another responsive images approach after reading the article “Responsive Images: How they Almost Worked and What We Need” by Mat Marquis on A List Apart. Responsive images + server side components – Anders M. Andersen
Introduction à l’HTML5

Introduction à l’HTML5

Cet article est destiné aux débutants en HTML5, et à tous ceux qui souhaitent en savoir un peu plus sur cette nouvelle technologie qui agite le web et le monde mobile. Si vous vous intéressez aux technologies du web, vous avez probablement déjà entendu parler de l’HTML5 aux cours des dernières années. Cette introduction va vous donner un premier aperçu de ce qui se cache derrière le terme HTML5, vous présentera le contexte dans lequel évolue cette technologie, et nous verrons un bon nombre de nouvelles fonctionnalités qu’il apporte. Sommaire : L’HTML5 c’est quoi ?
HTML5 Rocks - How Browsers Work: Behind the Scenes of Modern Web Browsers Web browsers are the most widely used software. In this primer, I will explain how they work behind the scenes. We will see what happens when you type google.com in the address bar until you see the Google page on the browser screen. The browsers we will talk about There are five major browsers used on desktop today: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera.

HTML5 Rocks - How Browsers Work: Behind the Scenes of Modern Web Browsers

Automated Optimization with HTML5 Boilerplate Build HTML5 Boilerplate is widely recognized as a rock-solid foundation for building new web-based sites and applications. That said, few are aware that the tool offers more than simply setting up your development environment. It also helps you "wrap up" your work by providing an awesome cross-platform build process. The Build Script, with Paul Irish
HTML5 introduces built-in media support via the <audio> and <video> elements, offering the ability to easily embed media into HTML documents. Embedding media in your HTML document is trivial: <video src="http://v2v.cc/~j/theora_testsuite/320x240.ogg" controls> Your browser does not support the <code>video</code> element. </video> This example plays a sample video, with playback controls, from the Theora web site. Here is an example for embedding audio into your HTML document Using HTML5 audio and video
In this tutorial, we're going to take a look at how to serve HTML5 forms to modern browsers, while compensating for older browsers by using a mix of Webforms2, Modernizr, jQuery UI and assorted jQuery Plugins. Introduction HTML5 powered forms provide a great deal of semantic markup, and remove the need for a lot of JavaScript. One of the first efforts toward HTML5 was WHATWG's Web Forms 2.0, originally called XForms Basic. Build Cross-Browser (HTML5)
Dive Into HTML5 elaborates on a hand-picked selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine standards. We encourage you to buy the printed work — Mark Pilgrim’s artfully titled “HTML5: Up & Running” — published on paper by O’Reilly, under the Google Press imprint. Your kind and sincere feedback is always welcome, and this work shall remain online under the CC-BY-3.0 license. This particular edition of Dive Into HTML5 is advanced by the diveintomark team. We work hard to add and update content, links, APIs, and actively maintain this fine resource; refreshing and reflecting the relevant and current state of HTML5, just as Mark Pilgrim did during his tenure. We attribute this work in the manner specified by Mark, and we make modifications to the site's content.

Dive Into HTML5

Videos about the HTML5 Boilerplate We’ve published a few videos about the HTML5 Boilerplate recently. HTML5 Boilerplate overview (60min) Get an overview of the whole project, and more detail on some of the choices and optimizations within. Getting Started w/ the HTML5 Boilerplate (15min featuring Divya)
Dites bonjour à HTML5
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