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    How to mark up subheadings, subtitles, alternative titles and taglines now that hgroup is officially out of the spec. CSS Zen Garden is 10 years old. Dave Shea has announced a revival. Designers take note. Here’s what Zeldman says about … Continue reading

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    Excellent forms tutorial by Roger Hudson at Web Usability. Even includes screen reader results. Automatic Figure Numbering with CSS Counters at Codrops not only explains how to number Figures, it provides downloadable code. Could a Responsive Website Design Hurt Your … Continue reading

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    Carolyn Wood asked this question on Twitter yesterday. I used plain old HTML and CSS yrs ago. Now so much to catch up with. If I only read 1 or 2 books to COMPLETELY catch up, what shd they be? … Continue reading

    The post Playing catch up with HTML and CSS? Here are some recommended books. appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    The <main> element was added to the HTML 5 specification recently. The element name is pretty obvious in meaning, but just in case you want the W3C’s definition, it is the “main content of the body of a document or … Continue reading

    The post Main element added to HTML 5.1 appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    HTML5 and ARIA Design Patterns is at .net magazine. It provides design patterns for main elements, navigation elements, sections, details, summaries, and figures and figcaptions. In each design pattern, the appropriate ARIA roles are shown. The Tower Blog explains how … Continue reading

    The post Useful Links: Design Patterns, CSS3 Transforms, Industry Ready, Large Background appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    Motorola building a ‘world-class’ wearables design group says The Verge. I hope Motorola will make me one of those high tech suits like Rachel Nichols wears in Continuum. That suit makes the stuff we thought was cool in The Matrix … Continue reading

    The post Useful links: Wearable tech, placeholder text, CSS Zen Garden appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    Is Web Design Education Under Appreciated and Dying on the Vine? An important discussion started by Bill Cullifer at WebProfessionals.org. Improved support for high-resolution displays with the srcset image attribute explains Webkits support for srcset. 5 Signs You’re Falling Short … Continue reading

    The post Useful links: web education, srcset, design errors appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    On citing quotations. Again. Bruce Lawson offers some ideas to correct the problems regarding the cite element in HTML5. Best practices for code examples. That’s not the way I’ve been doing it. Sigh. A while back Jared Smith said just … Continue reading

    The post Useful links: Cite, code examples, carosels appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    I found some parts of this infographic really interesting. Hope you get some good out of it. HTML5 Popularity Among Fortune 500 Companies – An infographic by the team at INCORE Web Design © vdebolt for Web Teacher, 2013. | … Continue reading

    The post HTML 5 Popularity among Fortune 500 companies (INFOGRAPHIC) appeared first on Web Teacher.


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  • 10/14/13--08:23: Revisiting some HTML5 posts
  • HTML5 is a frequent topic on Web Teacher. I thought I’d remind you of some of the posts I’ve published about it in the past. One of them might be just what you’re looking for. A Blogger’s Guide to HTML5 … Continue reading

    The post Revisiting some HTML5 posts appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    Using the HTML5 Section Element is very helpful. Interview Questions and Exercises for CSS. This post is about how to interview someone you want to hire as a CSS person, but the exercises would be terrific in a classroom. Take … Continue reading

    The post Useful Links: Section elements, CSS Exercises, Twitter/Storify appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    An Honest Look at Online Education is helpful and comprehensive. A collection of links to slide decks from the HTML5 Developer Conference. Assessing My Personal Gender Bias on Twitter is a terrific post by Terence Eden. Are you ready to … Continue reading

    The post Useful Links: Online Education, HTMLDevConf slides, Twitter counts appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    Did you see the post where Steve Faulkner called the HTML5 Document Outline a dangerous fiction? Go read it, especially if you’ve been teaching it. Ugly Code for Hidden Pictures or playing with canvas, as I like to call it, … Continue reading

    The post Useful links: HTML5 Document Outline, Ugly Code?, RWD appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    I saw a nice post at Overdigital called HTML5 Video Guide – All You Need to Know for 2014. It contains information about current codecs, streaming, mobiles and more. As I was reading it, I realized I hadn’t looked at … Continue reading

    The post HTML5 Video in Dreamweaver CC appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    HTML5 and ARIA Design Patterns is at .net magazine. It provides design patterns for main elements, navigation elements, sections, details, summaries, and figures and figcaptions. In each design pattern, the appropriate ARIA roles are shown. The Tower Blog explains how … Continue reading

    The post Useful Links: Design Patterns, CSS3 Transforms, Industry Ready, Large Background appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    Motorola building a ‘world-class’ wearables design group says The Verge. I hope Motorola will make me one of those high tech suits like Rachel Nichols wears in Continuum. That suit makes the stuff we thought was cool in The Matrix … Continue reading

    The post Useful links: Wearable tech, placeholder text, CSS Zen Garden appeared first on Web Teacher.


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  • 04/21/14--08:40: HTML5 News
  • It’s time once again to bring something I curate on a daily basis to your attention: The HTML5 News. It’s a compilation of HTML5 articles that get brought to my daily attention because of certain sites I monitor and certain … Continue reading

    The post HTML5 News appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    The proper use of section and article elements in HTML5 is one of the sticking points to good implementation. If you’re teaching HTML5, or just learning about HTML5, here’s a tip for you. A section element (or an article element) … Continue reading

    The post Sections and Articles are Not Generic Containers appeared first on Web Teacher.


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  • 06/26/14--08:01: Why have a wrapper div?
  • Students may have a problem grasping is the need for a wrapper div. I frequently find myself explaining it numerous times until the message finally sinks in. The metaphor I’ll use today will be to compare a wrapper div to … Continue reading

    The post Why have a wrapper div? appeared first on Web Teacher.


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    One of the arguments Adobe uses to convince all of us that we want to fork over a monthly subscription fee for Adobe products is that we get all the latest updates. So why isn’t the main element among the … Continue reading

    The post Why isn’t the main element in Dreamweaver CC’s Insert panel? appeared first on Web Teacher.


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