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In this article, the focus is on what’s coming: styling techniques you’ll use in the immediate and near-term future. From styling HTML 5 elements to rearranging layout based on display parameters to crazy selection patterns to transforming element layout, these are all techniques that you may use tomorrow, next month, or next year. With partial browser support, they’re all on the cutting edge of Web design. Accordingly, be careful not to get cut! Useful HTML5 & CSS3 Toolbox For Web Developers / HTML 5 / Splashnology - Web Design and Web Technology Community. InShare0 HTML5 and CSS3 are really revolutionizing web development and web design, because they are bringing so many new features to work with to the fields.
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While in many cases it’s true that what appears on the screen is the most important part of a website (the content is what people visit a site for), the "thinking code" inside the <head> of our documents plays an important role. This article will examine exactly what can fit inside a website’s head. Mastering the Mind The head of an HTML document is a busy area, and while it may not have the range of elements that the <body> can flex, it can actually engineer a range of its own elements to play vital roles in how a site will operate or how it can interoperate with other sites.
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Html_colors_cheatsheet.pdf (Objet application/pdf) RGB Hex Colour Chart - Added Bytes. A free, printer-friendly RGB Hex colour chart for web designers.
The RGB Hex colour chart is a very large (183kB) PNG file, and is sized to fit on a standard A4 piece of paper. It shows the 216 so-called "web safe" or "non-dithering" colours (there are actually only 22 web safe colours, but those are revolting).