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HTML 5 section is not just a “semantic div”

20. March 2009

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James Graham of Opera has a post about how section is not just a semantic div that argues against the folks that think that we can get by with just div class="section" for example: HTML 5 introduces new elements like <section>, <article> and <footer> for structuring the content in your webpages. They can be employed in [...]

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IE 8 Launches at MIX09, probably without one of your features

20. March 2009

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You may have noticed that day 2 at MIX was IE8 day (compared to the Silverlight 3 day one) in that the puppy launched! This is good news in that IE 8 is better than IE 7, which is better than IE 6. Maybe, with 6 being two versions back, we have more weight to get [...]

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Επιτέλους : Debug CSS σε IE6,Opera και Safari σε Run Time!!

30. January 2009

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Κι όμως δε το πίστευα όταν είπα μπας και βρώ καλύτερο debug bar απο ότι έχω τώρα για τον Eplorer αλλά όχι απλά στάθηκα τυχερός αλλα βρήκα και το αντίστοιχο Ultimate εργαλείο που χρησιμοποιω στον Firefox (Firebug) , το οποίο έχει βγει και για έκδοση που μπορείς να χρησιμοποιήσεις σε Explorer και Opera αλλά και Safari. Λέγεται Firebug Lite και είμαι κατενθουσιασμένος που μόλις το ανακάλυψα.

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Who needs Flash? Having fun with Canvas and SVG

5. January 2009

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Over in SproutCore land, they have been talking about Peter Bergstrom and his amazing work with Canvas and SVG: Peter Bergstrom has been doing some amazing work with SVG and canvas tags in his SproutCore-based these project called PaperCube.  PaperCube visualizes citations their relationships between authors.  Watching the videos of his project, you’d swear he was [...]

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