W3C HTML5 This Version: Latest Published Version: Latest Version of HTML: Latest Editor's Draft of HTML: SASS is awesome! What is SASS? In the olden days, people used to write CSS by hand. This had a number of problems, namely: For performance (reducing HTTP requests) all the CSS needs to be in one fileTo speed things up (reduce bandwidth) CSS needs to be manually minifiedKeeping things DRY is very hard, if not impossibleBrowser compatibility causes duplication, both for vendor prefixes (a necessary evil) as well as providing commmon fallbacks If you are thinking that you could simply concatenate all your CSS together, replace variables with sed, then minify it, then you are thinking along the same lines as Hampton Catlin, Nathan Weizenbaum and Chris Eppstein - the developers of SASS.
W3C HTML : balises Abstract This non-normative reference describes the HTML markup language and provides details to help producers of HTML content create documents that conform to the language. It is intended to complement the normative conformance criteria defined in the HTML5: A vocabulary and associated APIs for HTML and XHTML specification, as well as information in related deliverables published by the HTML Working Group and from other sources.
How & When to Build Website Content using Tables Back in time over a decade ago, web development was still living through its infancy. Developers would commonly build website layouts constructed with HTML4 tables, and this was standard practice most of the time. When CSS finally grew into popularity precedents began to change. Talk: Tooling & The Webapp Development Stack One of the things I recognize at Google is how productive developers surround themselves with powerful tools for iterative development and debugging. For us front-end developers, the ecosystem of tools has exploded in the past two years, as we have a lot more software and libraries beyond Firebug and jQuery to help us build webapps. In the talk below I walk through the current ecosystem of tools and how they can make your development experience a more enjoyable one. My slides: Because there are so many tools around, I wanted to break them down somehow. I think contextualizing the tools as to what phase of development that assist with works well:
Buttons Bootstrap This is an extension to the Twitter Bootstrap framework. It makes creating pretty buttons easy. (Send improvements to @charliepark.) First, monkey with the sliders on the left. Mobile Emulators and Simulators - The ultimate guide to mobile developers The most useful tools for mobile web are emulators and simulators. In Chapter 4 of Programming the Mobile Web I’ve made an extensive description and installation guideline for creating a desktop mobile testing environment. And in Chapter 13, I’ve also reviewed other solutions for mobile testing, including four device remote lab solutions. I’ve mixed all this information to create this ultimate guide to 37 download resources for hundreds of emulators and simulators.
Favicon Generator This free online tool helps you to convert logo, image and photo file into standard *.ICO favicon format. Simple steps: upload the image file, generate the favicon file and download it. For best results, you might use a square image to upload. And if you want a transparent favicon, please use a GIF or PNG file with transparency background.