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- 10/09/12--06:05: _Announcing Web Plat...
- 10/12/12--06:00: _Useful links: Flexb...
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- 11/16/12--05:50: _Useful links: Figur...
- 11/21/12--06:59: _Useful links: top 5...
- 11/29/12--07:18: _Useful links: a mai...
- 12/11/12--05:53: _Useful links: subli...
- 12/18/12--06:39: _Useful Links: W3C n...
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- 01/04/13--09:35: _Thanks for the Inpu...
- 01/10/13--06:24: _Useful links: Hixie...
- 01/22/13--08:41: _Useful links: a qui...
- 01/30/13--09:43: _Useful links: Navig...
- 01/31/13--07:35: _A Roundup of Curren...
- 02/13/13--05:24: _Useful Links: CSS g...
- 02/15/13--08:28: _Useful links: Relat...
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- 05/06/13--05:33: _Review: The Modern ...
- 10/09/12--06:05: Announcing Web Platform Docs
- 10/15/12--07:13: HTML5: Past, Present and Future (Infographic)
- 11/16/12--05:50: Useful links: Figure/figcaption, a main element?
- 11/21/12--06:59: Useful links: top 50 books, form validation, Windows 8
- 11/29/12--07:18: Useful links: a main element, @supports, required inputs,
- 12/11/12--05:53: Useful links: subline element, my name is me, Quora
- 12/18/12--06:39: Useful Links: W3C news, Instagram TOS
- 01/04/13--09:35: Thanks for the Input Types (and curses upon them what ain’t)
- 01/10/13--06:24: Useful links: Hixie, ARIA, WCAG
- 01/22/13--08:41: Useful links: a quiz, voice computing, programming for politics
- 01/30/13--09:43: Useful links: Navigation, Christina Truong, Apple in China
- 01/31/13--07:35: A Roundup of Current Thinking on Responsive (Adaptive) Images
- 02/13/13--05:24: Useful Links: CSS gradients, the progress element, ARIA in WordPress
- 02/15/13--08:28: Useful links: Relationships, Human Users, Attachments
- 04/04/13--05:58: Useful Links: Accessibility Checklist, CSS Best Practice, hgroup out
A great new resource for learning web design was announced at webplatform.org. It’s a wiki and participation by knowledgeable web designers and developers is needed. That said, it’s already a huge resource of the best information available. Congratulations to everyone … Continue reading
Opera Dev has a post by Chris Mills called Flexbox: fast track to layout nirvana? Take advantage of the CSS background-size property is at .net magazine. Models of disability and their relation to accessibility is a fascinating post by Martyn … Continue reading
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HTML5 Figure and Figure Caption Elements is an excellent tutorial with good code examples. A couple of people are talking about the proposed ‘main’ element in HTML5 in On HTML5 and the proposed main element and The ‘main’ Element. Here’s … Continue reading
Here’s what .net magazine thinks are the top 50 web design books. I haven’t read them all, but it is interesting that the titles they picked range from fairly technical to practical good sense to broadly philosophical. Accessible form validation … Continue reading
The use cases for a <main> element is must reading for anyone interested in HTML. Why use @supports instead of Modernizr? is a response by Bruce Lawson to the @supports article by Chris Mills. Nice code snippet examples in How … Continue reading
Steve Faulkner suggests another addition to the HTML5 spec in the form of a subline element. My Name is Me is a site that supports people’s desire to use a pseudonym online. What’s Wrong with Quora? is Jon Evans question. … Continue reading
W3C published today the complete definition of the HTML5 and Canvas 2D specifications. Though not yet W3C standards, these specifications are now feature complete, meaning businesses and developers have a stable target for implementation and planning. Instagram’s new terms of … Continue reading
Good article at SitePoint about CSS3 Structural Pseudo-Class Selectors. The Web We Lost by Anil Dash could be described as a thought piece, an examination of how the web has changed and whether it’s an improvement or not. Here’s a … Continue reading
Are you using HTML 5 and the new form input types with the form elements on your sites and apps? Especially on your mobile apps? If you are, then I say THANK YOU! If you are not, and I am … Continue reading
Bruce Lawson published a far-reaching interview with Ian Hickson, AKA Hixie, the editor of HTML5 at HTML5 Doctor. Maybe it’s because I just reviewed a book about Mark Zuckerberg, but this interview with Ian Hickson makes me think Hixie’s process … Continue reading
You have until Jan. 29 to get in on the fun at Simplequiz #7: Pinterest. How should a pin be marked up in HTML5? Any Eureka fans out there? Check out this article: Siri Jokes Aside, Voice Control will Make … Continue reading
Navigation in Lists: To Be or Not to Be is an important post by Chris Coyier. It talks about how using an unordered list as navigation may not be the great idea we thought it was. If you, like me, … Continue reading
While responsive web design has taken off like a rocket, the question of what to do with images in a design that adapts to any device that might be used to display it is still under investigation. I’ve gathered some … Continue reading
Dig deep into CSS gradients. Good stuff and a new voice on gradients. Great tutorial about the HTML 5 progress element over on HTML5 Doctor. If your WordPress theme doesn’t have ARIA landmark roles built in already, Steve Faulkner tells … Continue reading
Anna Debenham has a very concise and clear post about using “rel” to establish relationships between people on her blog. It was a Valentine’s Day post, but the infomation is good any time of the year. This fantastic post by … Continue reading
Hello, I’m a human being is from Elliot Jay Stocks. May I repeat: we need an internet etiquette training movement. While we are on the topic of how to use language to disagree and/or present your own point of view … Continue reading
Drupal API extension for Dreamweaver. Teachers will love this article! 40 years of icons: the evolution of the modern computer interface. Do you subscribe to HTML5 News? There are many useful links focusing specifically on HTML5 in that publication. It … Continue reading
The Ultimate Accessible HTML and CSS Checklist for Developers: part 1 is from access iQ. It may not be the ultimate list, but it is a new way of presenting the items in WCAG 2.0 in a reader friendly way. … Continue reading
product [Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for this review. Opinions are my own. Links to Amazon are affiliate links. Here is my review policy.] The Modern Web: Multi-Device Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, … Continue reading