Forms. Book. 55 Excellent Examples of Websites Using HTML5. 1860 shares 10 HTML5 Demos to Make You Forget About Flash You’ve probably been hearing a lot lately about how Flash is a dying technology and how it’ll soon be replaced by HTML5.
Personally, I think that it will slowly replace Flash for some things, but Flash will always have a place, especially for developing complex games and rich internet applications. If you’ve yet to see… Read More 57 shares 20+ Tools for Quick and Clean Code Development Developing websites is much more than just a pretty face, and depending on what typed of features you’d like to implement on the site, there’s a lot of coding that goes into it. 7 Useful Resources to Help You Learn HTML5.
Even though HTML5 is relatively new and it’s not supported yet by all major browsers, it is being used now by a lot of web designers and developers.
Without a doubt, HTML5 is going to play a big part in the way we develop on the web, for many years to come. As I just mentioned, many people are using it now, but there are also many of you out there that hasn’t touched it yet. Now is a good time to start learning it. So, in order to give you a helping hand with that task, we’ve rounded up 7 Useful Resources to Help you Learn HTML5. A Web Developer’s Guide to HTML 5 This document illustrates how to write HTML 5 documents, focussing on simplicity and practical applications for beginners while also providing in depth information for more advanced web developers. The WHATWG Blog The WHATWG Blog is the blog of The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group, which are the people responsible for the HTML 5 spec. Dive Into HTML 5.
HTML5 for Web Designers: Book Review. HTML5 is all the buzz right now: some people think you need to wait until it's "complete" to use it, while others are pushing the envelope and using what the browsers are supporting right now.
If you're not following the HTML5 hype and aren't familiar with what's so exciting, today's book review will give you a great source to turn to: "HTML5 for Web Designers. What's It About? It should be obvious what this book is about: HTML5. However, that's a broad, tangential topic. More specifically, HTML5 for Web Designers is supposed to be a super-condensed, easy-reading version of the HTML5 spec, with a huge scoop of practicality stirred in. Who Wrote It? HTML5 for Web Designers was penned (well, probably typed) by the brilliant Jeremy Keith. Le petit journal de HTML5. HTML5's placeholder Attribute Example. 25 HTML5 Features, Tips, and Techniques you Must Know.
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This tutorial was first published in August, 2010. This industry moves fast -- really fast! If you're not careful, you'll be left in its dust. So, if you're feeling a bit overwhelmed with the coming changes/updates in HTML5, use this as a primer of the things you must know. 1. Still using that pesky, impossible-to-memorize XHTML doctype? If so, why? In fact, did you know that it truthfully isn't even really necessary for HTML5? 2. Consider the following mark-up for an image: There unfortunately isn't any easy or semantic way to associate the caption, wrapped in a paragraph tag, with the image element itself. 3. Not long ago, I utilized the <small> element to create subheadings that are closely related to the logo.
The small element now refers to "small print. " 4. You possibly still add the type attribute to your link and script tags. This is no longer necessary. 5. ...That is the question. The Only HTML5 Resources You Need for Getting Up to Speed. There’s a lot of buzz going around about HTML5.
Big companies such as Apple are predicting that it’s the technology that will sign the death warrant of the popular Flash platform that powers a lot of rich internet apps and complex dynamic web components. But what is HTML5, really? How will it change the jobs of web developers and web designers? Here are 15 web resources to help you on your quest in getting current about the impending technology that’s already being adopted by major web browsers and leveraged in large sites such as Google. 1. For the visually-inclined and casual folks out there, here’s an interesting HTML5 infographic covering useful things such as a comparison of HTML5 and Flash, web browser support/readiness, and a highlight of some of the more popular and powerful modules in HTML5. 2. Software developer and popular blogger, Mark Pilgrim, has written an online book about HTML5. 3. 4. 5. 6.