The Truth About Multiple H1 Tags in the HTML5 Era Whether you're a webmaster or a web designer, there's a question you've most likely either asked or answered many times over the years. That question is, "How many <h1>tags can I use per page, and how exactly should I implement them?" There are generally two reasons this question is asked. The first and most common is for SEO purposes; ensuring content is formatted in the best way possible to aid search engine indexing. The second is technical correctness; ensuring that markup is written in accordance with the appropriate W3C spec. With the advent of HTML5 the answer to this question has significantly changed in both SEO and technical regards.
Actions Emmet allows you to write large HTML code blocks at speed of light using well-known CSS selectors. But it’s not the only thing that every web-developer needs: occasionally you have to edit your HTML and CSS code to fix bugs and add new features. Emmet offers very unique tools that can greatly improve your editing experience: Expand Abbreviation Yep, this is the action that expands CSS-like abbreviations into HTML code.
Designing for a Responsive Web The web as we know it is changing. In the past, designers and developers only had to concern themselves with one medium: the computer screen. In recent years, however, a plethora of fully internet-enabled devices with scores of different shapes and capabilities have cropped up, meaning that we now have to design our websites to fit comfortably in as many screen sizes, shapes, and resolutions as you can possibly think of. Our old fixed-width layout approach is out of the question now. So what do we do? The answer, my dear reader, lies with Responsive Web Design. HTML5 Presentation Combine both technologies to allow direct image access + manipulation Putting it together for local image reading + manipulation.
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Loading Effects for Grid Items with CSS Animations Some inspiration for loading effects of grid items using CSS animations. View demo Download source Today we’d like to share some loading effects for grid items with you. The idea is to show items in a grid with an animation once they are in the viewport. The possibilities are infinite and we’d like to give you some inspiration. Google's Guide To Designing With Empathy With a price tag that's already set records by being $1.6 billion over-budget, mass outbreaks of the Zika virus, and water-sport venues that are allegedly teeming with human excrement, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games are already looking like the biggest planning disaster in IOC history—and this, just two years after Sochi. But it's not all bad. As part of the $12 billion budget attached to the Olympic Games, Rio has built 11 new sports facilities, ranging from a whitewater water park and a bitchin' BMX stadium to a massive new tennis center and a trio of multi-use sports arenas. And unlike past Olympic games, most of these structures will be permanently integrated into Rio's urban fabric, giving Brazilian athletes, students, and the general public places to swim and play for years to come. Ahead of today's torch-lighting ceremony, here are the 11 new stadiums, parks, and venues you'll be getting to know over the course of this year's Summer Olympic and Paralympic games. The Carioca Arenas
Responsive Typography: The Basics by Oliver Reichenstein When we built websites we usually started by defining the body text. The body text definition dictates how wide your main column is, the rest used to follow almost by itself. Used to. Until recently, screen resolution was more or less homogenous. Blueprint: On-Scroll Animated Header A fixed header that will animate its size on scroll. The inner elements will also adjust their size with a transition. View demo Download source An animated header that will change its size on scroll. Once a certain amount of the page gets scrolled, the header will decrease its size and the inner elements will adjust their font-size/line height.