HTML5 Placeholder Input Fields Fixed with jQuery HTML5 added some new features for input and textarea fields. One is inspired by Safari’s search box: placeholder This adds an default text if the textfield is empty: < input type ="text" placeholder ="Fill me …" >
the html5 switch | the 200ok weblog Depending on who you talk to, you should have been using HTML5 months, nay years ago; or it's something you might be using in 2022. As usual the truth is somewhere between the glib extremes.
HTML5 Starter Pack by Radu Chelariu | Sickdesigner.com Download the pack Latest version: 3.0.1 (November, 2012) Whenever I start a new project, I really hate doing all those repetitive bits over & over again. And I'm betting that, since you're here, you do too.
Designing websites can be quite a jungle sometimes since, with time, the number of languages at our disposal has gotten so much greater. Way back when things were new and the Internet only had a couple of million websites (if you could even call them that comparing them to today’s media experiences), HTML was the only language that you needed to master in order to put up a text site to showcase yourself. The Ultimate HTML 5 Cheat Sheet
Easy HTML5 Template I’ll be the first to admit that when I see a default template like HTML5 Boilerplate , it brings about a swirl of emotions. On the one hand, I’m ridiculously intimidated by the incredible amount of knowledge and experience that’s been collected into one place for the benefit of front-end developers. So much so, that I wonder what I’m even doing in this industry, because it reminds me of how far behind I am. On the other hand, I’m inspired, because there’s so much more to learn, and it’s exciting to add new nuggets of knowledge to my toolkit, and I can’t wait to hit the books and grow my knowledge base. It also helps when others express the same feelings about lagging behind .