Archive for the 'CSS3' Category



I’m starting to hack away at HTML5 and I’m finding that I need to start bookmarking more and more pages. There are lots of good resources out there. Here are a few: HTML5 structure—div, section & article – Oli.jp HTML5 – Wikipedia Dive Into HTML5 The Best HTML5 Slides Ever HTML5 Forms Have a Field […]

I went to the The Chronicles of Web Standard III – The Voyage of the HTML5 presentation by Silicon Valley Web Builder last night. Here are some quick notes I took before my battery died. Please note: I am far from an expert on HTML5 and welcome any comments and/or corrections to the following notes. […]

I used to think HTML5 was just a pipe dream; something that was a nice idea but had no legs. However, the recent advancement of smart phones makes this the perfect approach for building web-based phone apps. Hence, my interest now in joining the HTML5 game. There’s a great resource for those like me starting […]

During the fog of a summer cold and pressing deadlines… I gave a presentation today at the Yahoo! Front End Engineering Summit about CSS3 Attribute Selectors. The presentation briefly touched on some of my previous posts on this site as well as a few new concepts and ideas. Here is the full presentation (HTML): CSS3 […]

View the finished example: Adding style to your rel link. There’s a little attribute in HTML links that is starting to get a bit of attention lately. The “rel” attribute is a sparsely defined attribute that applies some meta information about a link’s relationship to other documents. Unfortunately, this information is usually hidden from your […]




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