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Rapidly create sites with HTML5 Boilerplate and Blueprint CSS or Using Speakker – Cool HTML5 Audio Player. Using Speakker – Cool HTML5 Audio Player(jQuery) Today we continue jQuery lessons, and we will try new audio player – Speakker.

Using Speakker – Cool HTML5 Audio Player

This is free html5 audio player with nice interface. It allow us to listen music, adjust the volume, have different covers (for media), and have possibility to attach playlists (even via PHP files). Also it have ready possibility to share link to facebook and twitter. So – welcome to test our demo. Here are original website of this player: You always can download latest version here. Ok, here are our sample and downloadable package: Live Demo download in package Ok, download the example files and lets start coding ! Step 1. As usual, we start with the HTML.

This is our main page source code with both players. index.html As you can see – I prepared only one DIV parent for small player, big player will appear in bottom by self. Step 2. Here are used CSS styles. css/main.css Other css files: css/mspeakker.css and css/speakker.css Step 3. Speakker.min.js js/main.js Step 4. Holmes.css - CSS Markup Detective.

What does it do?

holmes.css - CSS Markup Detective

The holmes.css file will display either an error (red outline), a warning (yellow outline), or a deprecated style (dark grey outline) for flags such as: Missing required attributes on tags, such as name attributes on inputs (lots of these) Potentially improvable markup, such as links with href="#" Deprecated and Non-W3C Elements - see's article on obselete tags Non-W3C Attributes - as above, just the most important ones since there are MANY Thanks to Anthony Mann, holmes now displays an informative error message when you hover over the element. Support for :after/::after on images is non-existent however in most browsers. How do I use it? Simply download a version of the CSS, minified or normal (with docs), and include a stylesheet link to it on your page. In terms of configuration, such as changing the flag colours: go nuts!

Why should I use it? Browser Support Works 100% in Google Chrome 10+ Safari 5+ Opera 10+ Firefox 3.5+ Hello, want to kill some time? SpritesBaker, booster votre site avec des images encodées en Base64. L’optimisation d’un site passe par tout un tas de techniques visant à télécharger moins : moins d’octets (compression d’images, css et js), et moins nombreux (unification des fichiers externes, CSS, JS et sprites d’images).

SpritesBaker, booster votre site avec des images encodées en Base64

Une technique est pourtant très peu utilisée : l’encodage des images background en Base64, dans le but de les embarquer directement dans la feuille de style CSS, et donc de télécharger encore moins de fichiers externe. Si vous voulez en savoir plus, lisez l’article complet de Louis à ce sujet. SpritesBaker est un webware qui permet de détecter toutes les images background d’une feuille de style, de les encoder en Base64 et de réécrire votre feuille de styles avec ces « nouvelles images ». Vous obtenez une nouvelle feuille de styles, en tout point identique, sauf pour les images : Ce n’est pas beau, mais ça marche bien. Seul hic, IE ne supporte pas cette fonctionnalité avant la version 8. Utilisez SpritesBaker.


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