Tag Archive | "html 5.0"

HTML5 and CSS3 Readiness Visualization

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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Paul Irish and Divya Manian have created a fun visualization on readiness of HTML5 and CSS3 standards in various browsers. It uses a bunch of the usual CSS cool-suspects: -webkit-gradient, -webkit-transition, -webkit-border-radius, and the like (and -moz/-o too). The added feature is.... do a mouse scroll on the page: PLAIN TEXT JAVASCRIPT:   jQuery(document).bind('DOMMouseScroll mousewheel', function(e, delta) {     var newval,   [...]

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Ten Technologies That Will Rock 2010

Saturday, January 2, 2010

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Now that the aughts are behind us, we can start the new decade with a bang. So many new technologies are ready to make a big impact this year. Some of them will be brand new, but many have been gestating and are now ready to hatch. If there is any theme here it is the mobile Web. As I think through the top ten technologies that will rock 2010, more than half of them are mobile. But those technologies are tied to advances in the overall Web as well. Below is my list of the ten technologies that will leave the biggest marks on 2010:

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HTML 5 section is not just a “semantic div”

Friday, March 20, 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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