HTML5 Unleashed: Tips, Tricks and Techniques

HTML5 Unleashed: Tips, Tricks and Techniques

Can we use HTML5 today? What can we do with it? Is it really going to kill Flash?
In an effort to inspire more WordPress theme designers to embrace HTML 5, I am releasing the “ H5 ” Theme Template. The H5 Theme Template is a bare-bones WordPress theme built entirely with HTML 5 and styled with CSS 2.1. As you may know, HTML 5 provides greater flexibility and interoperability than previous markup languages, and enables us to build well-structured themes that are more flexible, interactive, and semantically precise. Free HTML 5 WordPress Theme Free HTML 5 WordPress Theme
HTML5 is the next major version of HTML. HTML5 provides some great new features for web designers who love to create readable code and semantically-meaningful layouts. HTML 5 introduces and enhances a wide range of features including: form controls, APIs, dragging and dropping, multimedia, drawing graphics on screen and a lot more. The new specifications has added quite a few interesting and useful tags for structuring your markup. In today’s post, we would like to present 12 elegant, free and high quality HTML5+CSS3 Templates for your next project, some of these templates include a step by step tutorials to teach you how to create your own. 1. 12 Elegant, Free & High Quality HTML5+CSS3 Templates 12 Elegant, Free & High Quality HTML5+CSS3 Templates
I’m sure that who chooses to work as web designer makes a choice of heart, a choice of love. He/she decides to bet any given day on his creativity and his ability of producing an idea and of making it tangible, visible and perceptible for all. These crazy men have my respect. Touch The Future: Create An Elegant Website With HTML 5 And CSS3 | PV.M Garage

Touch The Future: Create An Elegant Website With HTML 5 And CSS3 | PV.M Garage

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Object-Oriented CSS: What, How, and Why Object-Oriented CSS: What, How, and Why It sounds like an oxymoron, or at least an impossibility, doesn’t it? How can a static language that’s really more like markup than programming be object-oriented? In this tutorial, I’m going to introduce you to the idea of object-oriented CSS, show you how it works, and try to convince you that you should be using it too!
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HTML 5 experimentation and demos I've hacked together. Click on the browser support icon or the technology tag to filter the demos (the filter is an OR filter). Learn the power tools for your job: git, SASS, require.js and more One day of tutorials run by 3 different teachers. Choose 4 topics from: git, require.js, SASS, testing, debugging and build processes - and master your tools.

HTML5 Demos and Examples

HTML5 Demos and Examples
Further refining the HTML 5 structure Last month, I replumbed this blog to use HTML 5 for the markup and replaced the basic framework (a completely typical collection of divs to hold headers, footers and sidebars) with new html 5 structural tags. Browsers can’t yet do anything useful with those new elements but I showed that, with a bit of coaxing, browsers can be persuaded to style them with CSS and JavaScript can access those new HTML 5 elements. What I didn’t do then – because I needed to bury myself in the specs and do some research – is use HTML 5 to mark up the real guts of the site, to give articles, comments and datestamps real semantics. Marking up a blog with HTML 5 (part 2) Marking up a blog with HTML 5 (part 2)
HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You’ll Soon Be Using In this tutorial, we are going to build a blog page using next-generation techniques from HTML 5 and CSS 3. The tutorial aims to demonstrate how we will be building websites when the specifications are finalized and the browser vendors have implemented them. If you already know HTML and CSS, it should be easy to follow along. HTML 5 is the next major version of HTML. It introduces a bunch of new elements that will make our pages more semantic. HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You’ll Soon Be Using
Structural Tags in HTML5 - Ordered List The HTML5 specification has added quite a few interesting and useful tags for structuring your markup. For a majority of everyday uses, these tags will replace many of our typical div entries from our code. So let’s dig in. Defining Structure A section is a thematic grouping of content, typically preceded by header, possibly with a footer after. section s can be nested inside of each other, if needed, and can hold any amount of typical markup. The header of a section , typically a headline or grouping of headlines, but may also contain supplemental information about the section. Structural Tags in HTML5 - Ordered List
Un avant goût du HTML 5 - Club des décideurs et professionnels en Informatique Le HTML 5 introduit une série complète de nouveaux éléments qui font qu'il est beaucoup plus simple de structurer les pages. La plupart des pages HTML 4 contiennent une diversité de structures identiques, comme les en-têtes (header), les bas de page (footer) et les colonnes. Aujourd'hui, il est relativement fréquent de les baliser par des éléments div, leur attribuant à chacun un identifiant ou une classe descriptive. Ce diagramme illustre une présentation typique à deux colonnes, balisée à l'aide de div ayant des attributs id et class. Un avant goût du HTML 5 - Club des décideurs et professionnels en Informatique
Éléments HTML 5 de structure Moins évident qu’il y paraît de prime abord, mais très intéressant, HTML5 va swinguer dans nos petites habitudes de composition ! D’un site à l’autre, nous retrouvons des éléments structurels identiques, répondant aux mêmes besoins : une navigation principale, un en-tête, un pied de page et des contenus organisés en différentes sections... Et pourtant, le langage qui sert à structurer le Web reste terriblement rudimentaire, ne fournissant pas de véritables éléments d’interface.
Sneaking into Future: 25 Ultra Modern Websites Using HTML5 | Graphic and Web Design Blog HTML5, the next major revision of HTML, the language of the internet, is set to revolutionize the way web developers and designers create websites and the way visitors use them. It’s being edited by Ian Hickson of Google and David Hyatt of Apple, two of the web’s greatest creative minds. Besides enabling web developers/designers to use cleaner, simpler, more consistent code, HTML5 will help them break free from the confines of 3rd party proprietary plugins like Adobe Flash. For the first time, it will be possible to achieve consistency between video player interfaces and overall website design. Users will be able to rotate, move, resize and even detect motion in a video while its playing, using inbuilt video controls.