Chris Heilmann on HTML5 video syncing with page content
This is a call to arms to make Windows XP users move away from Internet Explorer to help us all make the web a richer and more enjoyable place.
drawing app with canvas – by Remy Sharp
This HTML5 specification is like no otherâIt has been processed with you, the humble web developer in mind.
I just released the notes of my âUsing HTML5 sensiblyâ talk over on the Mozilla hacks blog and there are a few questions that need answering by anyone who wants to be part of publishing on the web in the future:
Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.
GUIDE TO HTML5 HICCUPS HTML5 is the next generation of web markup, and the first web markup language created in the era of web applications. While we view many aspects of it quite favorably, we believe the specification could benefit from a few changes and clarifications, outlined below.
To celebrate the fact that HTML5 has been renamed HTML (at least by the WHATWG, but not by the W3C) and âthe WHATWG HTML spec can now be considered a âliving standardââ, it seemed right to unleash the Axe Of Gloryâą (my acoustic guitar) for another song.
The W3C have unveiled a logo for HTML5. Iâm not sure the world needs such a logo, but I think it looks pretty good. It reminds me of some of the promotional materials used by the Web Standards Project back in the dayâsimple bold lines that work well at small sizes, with a whiff of Russian constructivism.
HTML5 test is created by Niels Leenheer.
By combining Liu Liuâs cool canvas facial detection library, and Kevin Cornellâs blue beanie PSD, you can get blue beanies for all!
For things youâve always wanted to know about the web but were afraid to ask, read on.
In this article weâll be focusing on adapting the custom-built video player from my last article with some jQuery and CSS3, making it as accessible as possible, and adding new features along the way, such as closed captions and transcriptions.
XHTML Is Dead, Long Live XML-Valid HTML5
This article aims to provide all the nitty-gritty details of HTML5 media, the DOM API, events, and so forth, so you can implement your own HTML5 player with fallback for older browsers.
Whenever a slider has focus, the keys â, â, â, â, Ins and Del can be used to control the slider handle (pressing either the Page up or Page down keys or CTRL and an arrow key will move the handle by two steps at a time), the Home key to set the slider at itâs minimum value and the End key to set the slider at itâs maximum value.
I’d bet that you’ve done your fair share of styling elements to be arranged horizontally or vertically on a page. As of yet, though, CSS has lacked a suitable mechanism for this task. Enter the CSS3 Flexible Box Module, or Flexbox for short.
Storing information locally on a userâs computer is a powerful strategy for a developer who is creating something for the Web. In this article, weâll look at how easy it is to store information on a computer to read later and explain what you can use that for.
This site is a resource to provide information about which HTML5 user interface features are usable by people who rely upon assistive technology (AT) to use the web.
Here are two ways to include HTML5 elements in your WordPress post content without WordPressâ wpautop function wrapping them in p tags or littering your code with line breaks.
I tried to wow the crowd with a few insights into the capabilities offered by Audio and Video in HTML5. And here are the examples I showed…