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HTML 5 Templates, HTML 5 canvas, HTML5 video, HTML 5 XHTML, HTML 5 tag

HTML 5 Templates, HTML 5 canvas, HTML5 video, HTML 5 XHTML, HTML 5 tag

15 Free HTML5 and CSS Templates Ready-made HTML5 templates are currently one of the most sought after resources within the web design community. They not only offer a quick and easy-to-edit solution for building modern websites, they also offer a fantastic route to explore and understand HTML5s syntax. All of the themes below are free and all have been coded with HTML5. Enjoy them :) Minimalism Minimalism is a simplistic HTML5 and CSS3 template. Single-Page Scrolling Portfolio Template This flawless scrolling single-Page HTML5 template works perfectly for web designers, photographers and graphic designers as a means for displaying a portfolio. ElegantPress ElegantPress is a variable-column HTML5 and CSS3 template. Simple Style A simple, fixed width five page template, with a sleek, modern look. Vibrant & Professional Vibrant & Professional Download PageView the Demo → Nova Nova is a clean HTML5 template that comes with five page templates, working contact form, homepage slider and built in Twitter feed. Shinra Touch The Future

How to use HTML5 in your client work right now I was presenting some designs to a client a couple of weeks ago when this question came up: Will you be building this site with HTML5 in mind? Naturally, I was happy to answer that one! It went a little like this: Me: We’ll build the whole thing with HTML5 if that’s okay with you guys. One question though: do you know what percentage of your visitors use Internet Explorer without JavaScript to view your site? Client: Erm, I don’t really know, and I wouldn’t want to lose those visitors. Whoa there! Great! After telling Remy about this conversation, he proposed that we cover this subject in an article, so here we are! We’re treating this article a bit differently, like a Q & A with the authors, so let us know if you like this new style. Which bits of HTML5 can I use right now? Rich: Lots of them! For a clearer idea of what is or isn’t cross-browser compatible, check out these sites from Molly Holzschlag and Alex Deveria. Remy: Assess the technology and fit it to your project. Remy: No.

Coding A HTML 5 Layout From Scratch - Smashing Magazine HTML5 and CSS3 have just arrived (kinda), and with them a whole new battle for the ‘best markup’ trophy has begun. Truth to be told, all these technologies are mere tools waiting for a skilled developer to work on the right project. As developers we shouldn’t get into pointless discussions of which markup is the best. They all lead to nowhere. Rather, we must get a brand new ideology and modify our coding habits to keep the web accessible. While it is true HTML5 and CSS3 are both a work in progress and is going to stay that way for some time, there’s no reason not to start using it right now. So today we’re going to experiment a little with these new technologies. It’d be a good idea to have a read at some of these articles first: I’ll also assume you know the basics of HTML and CSS. Before we begin… Link There’s a couple of things you have to bear in mind before adventuring on the new markup boat. A word on Progressive Enhancement and Graceful Degradation Link 1. 2. <! A few highlights: <!

Dynamically Add/Remove rows in HTML table using JavaScript [ad name=”AD_INBETWEEN_POST”] A good web design involves the better user interaction and ability to fetch the data in a better way. For fetching user data, you may have to create a form wherein user can add multiple entries and submit them simultaneously. Thus for this you will need a way to add or remove fields dynamically into the HTML page. In my previous article, I had discussed about the way one can add dynamic form components into the web page. In this article we will create a user interface where user can add/delete multiple rows in a form using JavaScript. First check the user interface. In this example, we have created a table which will display our html components. Following is the source. Code For adding dynamic row in table, we have used insertRow() method. Check the online demo. Online Demo Click here. Add/Remove rows from table having Drop Down List What if my table has a selectbox or drop down list and I want to implement add/remove row functionality? Following is the code:

How to get HTML5 working in IE and Firefox 2 HTML 5 may be the latest and greatest technology, but some browsers don’t have native support for the new semantic elements. Let’s momentarily forget about the really sexy functionality, like full control over the <video> element, and just focus on getting the elements rendered. The problematic A-grade browsers include IE 8 and below, Firefox 2, and Camino 1 (these last two browsers both use the Gecko rendering engine, which is why they’re both affected). Let’s start with Internet Explorer. IE doesn’t believe in HTML 5 elements Quite simply, IE doesn’t even see HTML 5 elements, much less style them. This is actually the same issue that we had before HTML 5, where the <abbr> element couldn’t be styled in IE 6, resulting in all manner of workarounds. The fix There is hope! document.createElement('header'); John Resig has also written about this HTML 5 shiv. For example, say you wanted to style the <time> element in italics: This screenshot shows the rendering in IE before we apply the fix:

HTML5 This specification defines the 5th major version, second minor revision of the core language of the World Wide Web: the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). In this version, new features continue to be introduced to help Web application authors, new elements continue to be introduced based on research into prevailing authoring practices, and special attention continues to be given to defining clear conformance criteria for user agents in an effort to improve interoperability. This section describes the status of this document at the time of its publication. Other documents may supersede this document. This document was published by the Web Platform Working Group as a W3C Recommendation for HTML 5.2 that would obsolete the HTML 5.1 Recommendation. All interested parties are invited to provide implementation and bug reports and other comments through the Working Group's Issue tracker. This document was produced by a group operating under the W3C Patent Policy.

Tres bon Slider jQuery Plugin Just what the world needs, another jQuery slider. YAWN. I know, check this one out though, it's got lots of cool features. Here on CSS-Tricks, I've created a number of different sliders. This new AnythingSlider is an attempt at bringing together the functionality of all of those previous sliders and adding new features. View Demo Download Files The demo page has the current version, complete usage, and up-to-date changelog. Features Customization Adding/Removing Slides Just add or remove more <li> items from the list inside <div class="wrapper">, everything else happens automatically. Adjusting Size For example, if you wanted to make the slides 580px wide instead of 680px wide, you just need to change some CSS. Linking Directly To Slides from Static Links Target the link using and ID or Class (or whatever), and apply a click handler. $("#slide-jump").click(function(e){ $('.anythingSlider').anythingSlider(6); e.preventDefault();}); Credits Share On

Coding A HTML 5 Layout From Scratch - Smashing Magazine Advertisement HTML5 and CSS3 have just arrived (kinda), and with them a whole new battle for the ‘best markup’ trophy has begun. Truth to be told, all these technologies are mere tools waiting for a skilled developer to work on the right project. As developers we shouldn’t get into pointless discussions of which markup is the best. While it is true HTML5 and CSS3 are both a work in progress and is going to stay that way for some time, there’s no reason not to start using it right now. So today we’re going to experiment a little with these new technologies. Use Graceful Degradation techniques and technologies to keep things in place for legacy browsers.Use Progressive Enhancement techniques and technologies to be up to date with the latest trends.Use HTML5 alongside a rising technology: Microformats.Have a clear vision of some of the most exciting new features HTML5 and CSS3 will bring. It’d be a good idea to have a read at some of these articles first: Before we begin… 1. 2. <! The header <!

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