Chrome now supports the HTML spec's new download attribute to a elements. When used, this attribute signifies that the resource it points to should be downloaded by the browser rather than navigating to it. From Downloading Resources: The download attribute, if present, indicates that the author intends the hyperlink to be used for downloading a resource. The attribute may have a value; the value, if any, specifies the default filename that the author recommends for use in labeling the resource in a local file system. Downloading resources in HTML5: a[download]
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HTML5 Rocks - Quick Guide to implement webfonts via @font-face Introduction The @font-face feature from CSS3 allows us to use custom typefaces on the web in an accessible, manipulable, and scalable way. But, you might say, "Why would we use @font-face if we have Cufon, sIFR, and using text in images?" A few benefits of leveraging @font-face for custom fonts: Full searchability by Find (ctrl-F) Accessibility to assistive technologies like screen readers Text is translatable, through in-browser translation or translation services CSS has full ability to tweak the typographical display: line-height, letter-spacing, text-shadow, text-align, and selectors like ::first-letter and ::first-line
Advertisement CSS grid frameworks can make your life easier, but they’re not without their faults. Fortunately for us, modern techniques offer a new approach to constructing page layouts. But before getting to the solution, we must first understand the three seemingly insurmountable flaws currently affecting CSS grids. Problems Problem #1: They’re Not Semantic
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Date created: January 11, 2005 Date last modified: March 30, 2009 The Colour Contrast Check Tool allows to specify a foreground and a background colour and determine if they provide enough of a contrast "when viewed by someone having color deficits or when viewed on a black and white screen"[W3C]. The tool will indicate that the colours pass the test if both the colour difference and the brightness difference exceed their threshold. It will indicate that it sort of passes if only one of the two values exceed their threshold. And finally, it'll fail to pass if neither value exceeds its threshold.
Add IE 9 Pinned Sites, Dynamic Jump Lists & Notifications to MVC Razor Views-Rachel Appel If you have an MVC application, why not spice it up by adding in IE 9's Pinned Site features? Pinned sites are an excellent way to keep links to your site handy as well as provide notifications and interact with the users. Adding pinned site capabilities to your app is also very easy to do, so it's low effort, high reward. Add pinned sites to partial views. Pinned sites work because of a set of <meta> tags that IE 9 recognizes to produce an integration point with the desktop - the pinned site. The <meta> tags that need to be added as page markup should be in a single location, making it easier to maintain by keeping in tune with DRY principles (yes, DRY works with markup too!).
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yepnope is an asynchronous conditional resource loader that's super-fast, and allows you to load only the scripts that your users need. There are only a handful of things to know about yepnope. There are only 5 functions available to you and there's only one that's really important.
Let's face it, it's difficult to keep up with all of the new coding languages. Despite that difficulty, and the fact that some of these standards aren't even finalized, there's still a lot of pressure for designers to start using HTML5. The purpose of this compendium is to make it easier for everyone by providing an up-to-date reference on the new features and uses of HTML5. The MediaLoot HTML5 Compendium
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