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HTML5 Developer’s Cookbook: Grouping, Text-level and Re-defined Semantics
By Chuck Hudson, Tom Leadbetter
Aug 10, 2011
This chapter reviews new HTML5 elements—figure, time, details, mark, progress and meter; some elements that have been re-defined—address, s, cite, ol, dl, small, b, strong, i, em, abbr and hr; and finally new block-level links and WAI-ARIA.
HTML5 Guidelines for Web Developers: Structure and Semantics for Documents
By Klaus Förster, Bernd Öggl
Jul 19, 2011
HTML5 offers a compact set of new structural elements that facilitate a clear page structure without detours via class or id. Klaus Forster and Bernd Oggl give you a tour of the structure and semantics for documents.
Creating Pure CSS Templates in Joomla! 1.6
By Barrie M North
Mar 23, 2011
This chapter walks through the steps of creating a Joomla template. Specifically, you will create a template that uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to produce a layout—without using tables.
Dragging and Dropping with HTML5
By Steven Holzner
Jan 13, 2011
Steven Holzner shows you how HTML5 supports drag-and-drop operations, a very popular part of HTML5.
Developing HTML5 Applications, Part 3
By Jeff Friesen
Dec 14, 2010
Author and web developer Jeff Friesen shows you how to design a utility-oriented application that detects the current browser and adapts to its HTML5 limitations.
Developing HTML5 Applications, Part 2
By Jeff Friesen
Dec 7, 2010
In part two of his 3-part series on HTML5 application development, Jeff Friesen focuses on designing an entertainment-oriented application that detects the current browser and adapts to its HTML5 limitations.
Developing HTML5 Applications, Part 1
By Jeff Friesen
Nov 30, 2010
Author and web developer Jeff Friesen launches a three-part series that focuses on developing portable HTML5 applications.
An Introduction to the HTML5 Canvas
By Larry Aronson
Nov 23, 2010
Larry Aronson, author of HTML Manual of Style: A Clear, Concise Reference for Hypertext Markup Language (including HTML5), Fourth Edition, explores a fundamental challenge to Flash as a platform for graphical Web applications -- the HTML5 canvas. Larry shows how easy it is to create useful web applications using only a simple text editor.
Seven Reasons to Move to HTML5
By Larry Aronson
Nov 17, 2010
Larry Aronson gives you seven reasons why you should consider a move to the latest HTML version.
An Introduction to HTML and the Web
By Larry Aronson
Nov 2, 2010
Larry Aronson describes how the Web works, provides a bit of Web history for context, explains the client/server architecture of the Web and how it is hyperlinked, presents the Web Bestiary of acronyms and definitions and discusses the philosophy and implications of HTML5.
Learning the Basics of HTML
By Laura Lemay, Rafe Colburn
Sep 14, 2010
In this lesson, you learn about each of the basic HTML tags in more depth and begin writing web pages with headings, paragraphs, and several different types of lists.
Process HTML with a Perl Module
By brian d foy
Apr 14, 2010
brian d foy shows you how to use HTML::TreeBuilder so you end up using a natural, easy-to-follow interface that your maintenance programmers can understand. Now that's effective Perl.
Exploring HTML 5
By David Chisnall
Mar 8, 2010
David Chisnall continues his look at the new features of HTML 5 by exploring some of the features that are useful beyond web applications.
WordPress in Depth: Using HTML in Your Widgets and Blog
By Bud E. Smith, Michael McCallister
Mar 3, 2010
In this chapter, learn how HTML can be used in the WordPress.com environment. This is useful whether you just want to do a few simple things with your blog postings and the Text widget, or if you want to go much further.
Introducing HTML 5
By David Chisnall
Feb 15, 2010
David Chisnall looks at what is in store for the next version of HTML.
Beyond HTML: Returning JSON and XML Data From Your MVC Endpoints
By Scott Seely
Feb 10, 2010
You adopted MVC to get better control over your URL structure. Then you’re asked to provide REST access over the same data. Instead of developing a new API and set of endpoints that mirrors what you already have, you can augment the existing application to respond to requests for JSON and XML as well as handle data updates and deletes. Scott Seely shows you how.
Understanding HTML and XHTML Connections
By Julie C. Meloni, Michael Morrison
Dec 24, 2009
Learn the various elements that must appear in an HTML file, including how to include all the HTML Tags that every web page must have, how to organize a page with paragraphs, line breaks and headings, how to validate your web content, and how to differentiate between HTML, XML, XHTML, and HTML 5.
Accessing iPhone's GPS, Acceleration, and Other Native Functions with QuickConnect
By Lee S. Barney
Jun 25, 2009
Lee Barney shows how to activate several desirable features of iPhone or iPod Touch devices from within your JavaScript application.
Sams Teach Yourself HTML and CSS Video Learning: Mapping Images
By Sams Publishing
Mar 3, 2009
This video excerpt is lesson 9 from Sams Teach Yourself HTML and CSS: Video Learning Starter Kit.
Creating Your First Web Page
By Scott Mitchell
Sep 9, 2008
Scott Mitchell shows how easy it can be to create your own web page.

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