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The Movement You're excited about HTML5; we are too. You've not just been enjoying the HTML5-powered web already — you're building it! As adoption and inspiration spreads, the web community will find creative ways to apply HTML5 and related technologies, spark trends, and capture best practices. As momentum builds, we hope you bring this logo along for the ride and paint the world orange. You know that HTML5 badge you've placed oh-so perfectly in your footer? Tweet your HTML5 logo sightings with the hashtag #html5logo

20 Fresh Free HTML5 And CSS3 Website Templates And Tutorials HTML5 is an advanced version of HTML supported by all major browsers. HTML5 has bought us incredible ways to add videos, audios by minimizing the lookup of external source. Frankly not all browsers support all functions of HTML5 but I believe we can see many website and blog switching to HTML5 this year and of course its the future. If you are looking for a custom HTML5 template, you can contact me Recently I have been into lots of HTML5 works and during those time, I found some free website templates that won’t suck. So here is the collection which I found out.

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CSS you can get excited about in 2015 CSS is a constantly evolving language, and as the new year begins it’s a great time to take a look at some of the emerging features that we can start to experiment with. In this article I’ll take a look at some newer modules and individual CSS features that are gaining browser support. Not all of these are features you’ll be able to use in production immediately, and some are only available behind experimental flags.

Storage When web developers think of storing anything about the user, they immediately think of uploading to the server. HTML5 changes that, as there are now several technologies allowing the app to save data on the client device. It might also be sync'd back to the server, or it might only ever stay on the client: that's down to you, the developer. Quick Tip: Detect CSS3 Support in Browsers with JavaScript Isn't it fun that we get to play with the latest CSS techniques, like shadows and transitions? There's only one problem: how do we compensate, or more importantly, detect the browsers that do not support them? Well, there's a few solutions. In this tutorial and screencast, though, we'll create a JavaScript function that will accept a CSS property name as its parameter, and will return a boolean, indicating whether or not the browser supports the passed property. Prefer a Video Tutorial?

Change Your Wall  ‘Change it’ adıyla müsemma bir duvar dekorasyonu çünkü her dakikada bir rengi değişiyor. Amirko (Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov) tarafından tasarlanan bu konseptte 3 farklı renk seçenekleri var. Her bir üçgende bulunan beyaz, siyah ve gökkuşağı renkleriyle sınırsız kombinasyonlar yapmak mümkün. Change it’— just as its name implies— is an innovative wall decoration that allows you to change its colors every minute. Each of the triangles used to make up the item has three different colors on their sides, including white, black and rainbow shade.

Fonts 15.1 Introduction Setting font properties will be among the most common uses of style sheets. Unfortunately, there exists no well-defined and universally accepted taxonomy for classifying fonts, and terms that apply to one font family may not be appropriate for others. E.g., 'italic' is commonly used to label slanted text, but slanted text may also be labeled as being Oblique, Slanted, Incline, Cursive or Kursiv. Therefore it is not a simple problem to map typical font selection properties to a specific font. 15.2 Font matching algorithm